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From Mark Phippard <>
Subject Re: Strange output from reintegrate merge using JavaHL
Date Mon, 22 Feb 2010 18:35:24 GMT
JavaHL itself does not output anything.  It just sends notifications
and the code using JavaHL (svnClientAdapter in this case) turns it
into something.  Your output means that a notification came out of SVN
that the svnClientAdapter code did not have code to handle.  The best
thing would be to put the JhlNotificationHandler class in debug and
run the same merge and let us know what the unexpected values are so
that we can handle it.

On Sun, Feb 21, 2010 at 12:54 PM, Jacob Weber <> wrote:
> Sometimes when I do a --reintegrate merge, I get some unexpected output, along with the
normal updates:
>    --- Merging differences between repository URLs into trunk-path
>    U   /trunk-path/file1
>    U   trunk-path/file2
>        trunk-path/file3
>        trunk-path/fil4
> ...
> That is, I see a bunch of filenames that have no status indicator. There were hundreds
of them in my latest merge.
> I'm using a Subversion 1.6.5 client, through Subclipse, using the JavaHL interface, connecting
to a 1.6.5 server.
> This output seems to be the result of a call to:
> org.tigris.subversion.javahl.mergeReintegrate(branch-url, HEAD, trunk-path, false).
> Does anyone know why this might happen? Thanks,
> Jacob


Mark Phippard

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