Intent of TestCommitMerge.test_merge_new_file?
mbp at canonical.com
Mon May 29 01:50:43 BST 2006
On 27 May 2006, Aaron Bentley <aaron.bentley at utoronto.ca> wrote:
> Oh, we have that:
> I'm working on the nested by-value trees, so when I add functionality
> for joining trees, I will add tests at the same time.
> My thinking is that "bzr graft foo/bar foo" will
> 1. fetch all revisions from bar into foo
> 2. set a pending merge in foo, of the last revision of bar
> 3. add all entries from the inventory of bar into foo, but with bar's
> tree root being a child of the foo root.
> 4. remove the control directory for bar
> 5. commit?
That sounds about right but I don't understand the command-line syntax.
I would expect 'bzr graft FROM_DIR TO_DIR', where the two directories
are presently in different branches. (Did you mean to just say 'graft
I think foo should be the name of a new or existing directory under the
destination branch. If it's the root of the branch, then bar will be
grafted in at the root (similar to a merge of unrelated trees with the
current code.) So typical use will be 'bzr graft ../somelibrary
We should test that revert correctly undoes the graft as I imagine
people will fairly often change their mind or decide to graft it
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