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Tony Eva wrote: > No - the changes in B1 are not lost. B2 is not just a copy of A3, it is > a merged sum of B1 and A3. No it isn't. B2 is simply the changes required to go from B1 to the merged B1+A3. Similarly B3 does not contain B2. It does not contain B1. No revision ever contains a copy of its ancestors - that would be a nightmare to manage (and very large). You declare it to be equivalent to A3 in the mergepoint, but if you just take that in the other direction you get a merge that does not contain B1. Tony