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From Kris Deugau <>
Subject Merge bringing in much more than the specified changes
Date Wed, 10 Oct 2012 17:04:02 GMT
I've just come across a very strange merge glitch;  I don't recall
seeing anything like it reported and I'm not sure if I'm just doing
something wrong or not.

$ svn --version
svn, version 1.6.15 (r1038135)

(from the RPMForge repo, on CentOS 5)

I have a project that is very close to a new stable release, but I've
also had a couple of bugs reported that I've fixed in /trunk and I'm
backporting to /branches/stable in the meantime.

I just tried merging the commits for one of these bugfixes, but I'm
getting a lot more code merged than I see from svn diff -c on the
relevant revisions.

The repository is public at;  I'm
trying to merge revisions 417 and 418 from /trunk to /branches/stable.

Merging r417 I end up with an extra ~150 new lines in the third fragment
- not part of the commit in r417, so far as I can see, and which I'm
pretty sure was committed quite a while ago (before ~r330 or so).


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