[cvsnt] Re: Merging a repository from Branch to Trunk
tod at home.com
Tue Aug 31 18:05:06 BST 2004
We did this once and hopefully it's the right strategy.
1. Save a copy of your latest source from the BRANCH somewhere, (optionally
touch these files to change its date)
2. Do your normal merge from branch to trunk
3. Copy the latest source in step (1) over your merged area.
"Herb Croken" <HCroken at arrowheadgrp.com> wrote in message
news:mailman.1294.1093971718.21094.cvsnt at cvsnt.org...
> Hi all,
> To make a short story long, for legal reasons we branched our entire
> repository (a year ago, so lots of changes) and have been developing in
> branch ever since. Now we want to merge the entire branch to the trunk of
> new repository (on a new server as well), without having to resolve
> conflicts, differences etc. Any hints on the best\easiest way to do this?
> I realize that we will be losing all history in this process, and will be
> going to v1.1 for all files. We will create a second repository on the new
> server also, which will be a snapshot of the current repository (the
> prior to the move.
> Thanks in advance,
More information about the cvsnt