Re re: About merging
tnorth at bluewin.ch
Thu Jun 16 21:05:03 BST 2005
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I am sorry this is not a patch or a contribution ... (yet ?) but a
simple question about merging, one more time :)
I tried this on 2 directories :
I have :
Which contains the same thing. Both are commited, separately.
Now let's suppose 2/ is on a laptop and someone works on it. He commits
changes into 2/, modifing files and adding test into file2 and 3. File3
is empty now.
Then, back home with the othe computer which contains 1/, he makes
changes on file3. and adds some text. Commit.
Good. Now he has two different versions, each having new commits.
Last thing to do is to copy file from laptop to other computer and merge.
He has now 1/ and 2/ on the computer. in a same directory.
Let's merge 2/ into 1/ :
$> cd 1/
$> bzr merge ../2 .
bzr: error: file1.php is already versioned
at /home/tnorth/bazaar-ng/bzr.dev/bzrlib/errors.py:41 in bailout()
see ~/.bzr.log for debug information
Now the question is : what's that error ?
Is my merge command correct ?
If so, why is file3.php empty, if a patch was commited in 1/ to add
stuff after the commit in 2/ which had it empty ?
Using bzr 0.0.4.
I would really be pleased to know what I did wrong...
Thanks a lot,
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