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Excluding files on a branch merge with subversion


By : user3851617
Date : October 16 2020, 11:12 AM
hope this fix your issue A merge in svn is a two-step process; first you merge the changes from your branch into a working copy, then you commit the merged files into the repository. This gives you a chance to resolve conflicts or make other changes before committing the merge.
After you do the merge into your working copy, you can selectively revert the changes to individual files before you commit the merge to the repository.
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In Subversion, is it possible to merge back changes made in a branch of a branch?


By : Grady Henley
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . Yes. In Subversion you can even merge completely unrelated paths.
BTW, the common convention is to use a /tags directory for tags - branches which are never modified. Branches which are kept for making fixes on are usually placed in a /branches directory.

Subversion Merge branch with moved files, and keeping both


By : user2105907
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , I figured this out.
I need to check out the trunk revision that was originally branched. Then, I need to SVN COPY the F1 files to their respective new directories so the copies may become F2. Then, merge in a range of revisions from the branch to bring the F2 files up to date. Last, merge in a range of revisions to bring the F1 files up to date. Voila! Histories and everything are preserved, and I get both F1 and F2.

subversion best practice to merge branch to trunk where the file structures in the branch has been modified


By : Nick Fish
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times This is what I ended up doing: 1. Merge all renamed and modified files in the branch with all the updates (when applicable) from trunk 2. Commit branch to repository. The branch now has the latest code including changes from trunk since the branch was first created 3. Merge all changes from the branch back to trunk. Trunk will not have all the updated files structure and all changes that happens in both trunk and the re-organization branch
Note: Expect to still get Tree conflict for files that are updated in trunk and moved to another location in the branch. All I needed to do was removing those files.

How do i merge two subversion branches ( Merge Branch 7.3 to Branch RC )


By : Federico Ghirelli
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps You have to use ordinary merge (1-st form from svn help merge) I don't know -S option for any merge
Common pattern
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mkdir RC
cd RC
svn co https://svn.hq.cod.corp/co/perlapp/branches/RC
svn merge --dry-run https://svn.hq.co.corp/co/perlapp/branches/7.3
svn merge https://svn.hq.co.corp/co/perlapp/branches/7.3

Diff branches while excluding merge for subversion


By : user2994910
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue I'm using subversion and I want to diff the start of my branch to the current state of all my files. In addition, I want to exclude certain revisions from the diff. For example, consider the following: , Two obvious ways
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