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RE: merge using same revision number - quick question

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2013 16:36:18 +0000

> Hi All
> We have a revision that contains a few changed files on the trunk:
> r345
> /usr/ext/a.java
> /usr/ext/b.java
> We like to merge this a branch working copy.
> Can we perform multiple merge svn with the same revision number ?
> We have a reason to do that; We know it doesnt make sense in this simple
> example.
> ie can we have 2 merge svn executions and still produce the same result as a
> simple merge execution.
> meaning
> svn merge -c 345 https://test.com/svn/root/src/usr/ext/a.java
> svn merge -c 345 https://test.com/svn/root/src/usr/ext/b.java
> as opposed to
> svn merge -c 345 https://test.com/svn/root/src/usr/ext
> Thanks all.

The resulting commit would probably be the same... although I expect the merge info would be applied to the files rather than the folder. Give your simple example a try in a test repo.

Received on 2013-04-19 18:36:52 CEST

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