I thought we had. I rechecked and we did not, or not in all the
branches, or someone started adding more by accident. I'm going to sort
that out now.
Anyways I see them now. Thank you very much for your time and
PS. Yes, I think this should go into a FAQ.
From: Bob Archer [mailto:Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com]
Sent: June 28, 2011 3:20 PM
To: Michael Fletcher; users_at_subversion.apache.org
Subject: RE: Apparently Spurious svn:merginfo
> We are having problems with a large number of svn:mergeinfo
> being modified each time we merge. These svn:mergeinfo are on
> files to the actual change being made. Though it does seem as if
> correlate to prior merges that have happened. If we commit these
> property changes they will happen again the next time we merge.
> At this point when we merge we will see 80 files with svn:mergeinfo
> changed when we might only be merging one file. It's becoming
> to determine what exactly we have changed.
> I looked in the FAQ and googled and nothing exactly seemed to match
> we are seeing.
> Mostly, we have TortoiseSVN 1.6.8 / Subversion 1.6.11 on the client
> svn 1.6.15 on our server. The repository is old, having had nearly
> every major version of SVN that ever existed.
> We merge sometimes from our "trunk" to a branch and sometimes from
> branches back to trunk. We often have multiple releases in flight
> so a
> fix will be merged from ^/branches/7.00.39 to ^/branches/7.00.40
> then to ^/branches/7.00.41 and then to ^/trunk. Or the reverse.
> At some point people were reverting the svn:mergeinfo properties
> performing the checkin because they didn't know what they did.
> should be doing that any more.
> Any help would be appreciated.
This is a pretty common complaint people have, I'm surprised you
couldn't find any threads about it. If I were writing an svn merging FAQ
this would probably be question number 1 or 2.
What is most likely happening is that you have mereinfo on your child
nodes that is not present in your root node. This usually happens when
someone does a merge for a specific file or folder rather than doing the
merge at the project root.
I was going to write all about this, but quickly was able to find this
article on line that saves me much typing.
Received on 2011-06-28 23:37:30 CEST