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> I'm trying to copy a file from one branch to another, at > this time I'm > checking out a branch, copy the file to a temporary > directory, check out the > other branch and then add the file to this branch and commit > the changes. > > The problem with this process is that I don't have any > connection between > the file, and the original branch (I don't know where it came from). > > Is there any way of passing a file from one branch to > another, always > knowing where it came from? Unless Tony has already implemented "branch- and merge-point awareness" without me noticing, I do not know of a way to tell where files came from even if they were created by a merge. We simply use conventionalized log comments for this. Oliver ---- ------------------ JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 Y! : ogiesen