|Subject:||changing trunk commit to branch|
|Date:||Mon, 24 Oct 2005 11:36:27 -0400|
|User-agent:||Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0.7 (Windows/20050923)|
We use the trunk for simple tweaks and branches for any fix/feature that would take multiple commits. A developer committed a change to the trunk, and then decided that there should be other stuff to go along with it and it should be a branch instead.
So, the question: is there an easy way to make a branch and take a commit on the trunk and "move" it to a branch? I know we could use "cvs diff" to make a patch for it, "admin -o" to remove it from trunk, make the branch, then re-apply the diff to the branch, but I was wondering of anyone else had other thoughts on it.
The other lazy way out would to be simply to branch off of the new commit (leaving it in the trunk), but since the commit involves the logic of the branch, we'd like to have the commit actually be on the branch for cleanliness' sake.
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