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Re: Merging Question

From: Alexander Kamilewicz
Subject: Re: Merging Question
Date: Fri, 22 Dec 2000 12:12:07 -0600

Aha!  That makes considerably more sense than what I was trying to
figure out on my own.

Since changes generally haven't been made to the local repository
copies, there have been no conflicts, but the Vendor history _is_ being

Thanks so much for your answer - I feel a lot better about how I'm going
about this now.

And nice music, by the way.


Tony Byrne wrote:
> >However, the
> >crux of my problem was that whenever I've been importing their new
> >changes into a module, I _never_ get a conflict message.  This is
> >important, because in most cases I _know_ a file has changed (usually
> >index.htm).
> Maybe I'm picking you up wrong in your description of the problem, but
> if you only ever import new versions of a file into a vendor branch,
> then I can't see how you would ever see a conflict.  If a file changes
> external to your CVS repository between any two imports, then the
> latter import will result in a new revision of the file being created
> along the vendor branch, with another revision number.    To use your
> example:


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