tree-conflict


SVN tree conflict when merging renamed folder

淺唱寂寞╮ 提交于 2019-12-30 06:04:39
问题 I'm using TortoiseSVN to merge into branch-B the latest changes from trunk , including a folder rename. Before that, I reintegrated branch-A into trunk . In that branch, a folder had been renamed and changes had been made to the files in it. Branch-B contains different revisions to those files, but the folder still has the original name. When merging trunk into branch-B , SVN simply adds the renamed folder as new, and reports a tree conflict on the originally named folder. The file revisions

Subversion: Can I tell the conflict resolver, to look for structural changes not on the incomig, but on the local files?

岁酱吖の 提交于 2019-12-24 07:17:09
问题 Note: The underlying situation of this question is also part of a slightly different question here. Situation I have a trunk, where earlier, a branch has been made from. Then, in the trunk some file renamings have been made. These renamings were accidentially made by "copy/delete", not with the proper svn rename process as they should have. This is described in the TSVN docs, and in my case the "Repair move" was omitted. Now I have tree conflicts, when merging the branch back to the trunk:

svn merge : Tree conflict weird

梦想与她 提交于 2019-12-23 03:17:12
问题 I am getting Tree conflict in SVN. It's weird! I have standard Trunk, Branches, Tags structure, and follow multiple team model. Branch1, Branch2 are created form Trunk and active parallely Steps followed: 1. Branch1 Work : newfile.c added and committed in Branch1 2. Merge : From Branch1 -> Trunk (successful; file added in trunk) 3. Merge : Down-merge from Trunk -> Branch2. (successful; file added in Branch2) 4. Branch2 Work : Perform regular Branch2 work and commit. 5. Merge : From Branch2 to

How can I resolve all SVN conflicts automatically? (Windows CLI)

纵然是瞬间 提交于 2019-12-08 21:01:14
问题 I'm trying to automate some Subversion processes and I'm running into problems with conflicts. When I merge two branches, sometimes I get tree conflicts and regular (text) conflicts. I'd like to be able to resolve everything using the repository copy: svn resolve . -R --accept theirs-full but if there are tree conflicts, it yells at me and says I have to resolve them to the working state. svn: warning: Tree conflicts can only be resolved to 'working' state; 'file' not resolved Is there an

Xcode tree conflicts on merge

痞子三分冷 提交于 2019-12-08 08:49:57
问题 I'm working in team with git and every time we try to merge code we have a tree conflict. We're currently working with git flow and we usually start features from develop, when the task is finished one of us merges one feature into the other and then merge it into develop. The problem is than every time we try to merge one feature into another we have a tree conflict in xcode and we don't know how to fix it. The error message is: "The operation could not be performed because of one or more

Xcode tree conflicts on merge

旧城冷巷雨未停 提交于 2019-12-06 21:32:21
I'm working in team with git and every time we try to merge code we have a tree conflict. We're currently working with git flow and we usually start features from develop, when the task is finished one of us merges one feature into the other and then merge it into develop. The problem is than every time we try to merge one feature into another we have a tree conflict in xcode and we don't know how to fix it. The error message is: "The operation could not be performed because of one or more tree conflicts." Jayeshkumar Sojitra Please add .gitignore file if you have not added. Refer link given

Tortoise SVN tree conflict with myself

筅森魡賤 提交于 2019-12-04 04:29:24
问题 Has anyone had the experience of moving a file in tortoise and committing successfully, only to later commit a different change and be told of a tree conflict where: the file in its original location has been deleted, but in tortoise is marked as missing the file in its new location is there, but marked as already added. (I use tortoise SVN, and we have client and server > 1.60) Nobody else changed either the directory or the file (according to svn log). Why is this happening? Is there a way

Tortoise SVN tree conflict with myself

蓝咒 提交于 2019-12-01 21:32:55
Has anyone had the experience of moving a file in tortoise and committing successfully, only to later commit a different change and be told of a tree conflict where: the file in its original location has been deleted, but in tortoise is marked as missing the file in its new location is there, but marked as already added. (I use tortoise SVN, and we have client and server > 1.60) Nobody else changed either the directory or the file (according to svn log). Why is this happening? Is there a way to avoid it happening? If it does happen, is there a more elegant way of fixing the problem than by

Tortoise SVN - Merge Trunk into Branch - Tree Conflict

时光总嘲笑我的痴心妄想 提交于 2019-12-01 07:19:26
问题 We are on SVN 1.8 and I'm using Tortoise SVN 1.8 as well. The main code resides on /project/trunk. I will be doing a large change so I created a branch in /project/branches/x that was a copy of /project/trunk . As part of the change, I need to rearrange the directory structure to handle multiple clients. Currently the the trunk looks like: /project/trunk/process/xyz/file1.xml /project/trunk/process/xyz/file2.xml I want to change the structure to be more like: /project/trunk/process/xyz

SVN tree conflict when merging renamed folder

谁都会走 提交于 2019-11-30 18:35:11
I'm using TortoiseSVN to merge into branch-B the latest changes from trunk , including a folder rename. Before that, I reintegrated branch-A into trunk . In that branch, a folder had been renamed and changes had been made to the files in it. Branch-B contains different revisions to those files, but the folder still has the original name. When merging trunk into branch-B , SVN simply adds the renamed folder as new, and reports a tree conflict on the originally named folder. The file revisions themselves are never merged and I'm left with both folders. I've tried multiple options to get the

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