[svk-devel] conflict resolution

Chia-Liang Kao clkao at clkao.org
Thu Mar 29 16:00:36 EDT 2007

what svk version are you using?  This is probably tree merging for
deletion not able to do interactive resolution, which is fixed in
svk2.  But you can use the following workaround:
  * checkout mirror
  * do sm //local to the checkout
  * resolve the conflicts
  * commit.

On 29/03/07, Michael Peters <mpeters at plusthree.com> wrote:
> So I deleted a lot of files from my local copy of a mirrored project. I think
> committed those deletes. Then before pushing up to the main repo, I pulled to
> get the recent changes. Now when I try to push, I get the typical message about
> auto-merging between the //local and //mirror copies, the listing of files with
> 'g's then the message about auto-mergined between //mirror/ and source with the
> files with appropriate 'g', 'D', 'A', etc flags but also so 'C's.
> It then ends with this message:
> New merge ticket: 6cb60ec2-19fc-4f48-ba02-516b4c84136d:/local/arcos/trunk:27997
> Empty merge.
> 44 conflicts found.
> And none of the changes are committed to the source repo. And it doesn't matter
> how many push/pull/update commands I do, I can't get it to do anything. And svk
> status shows no conflicts in my checkout.
> What's the best way to fix this?
> --
> Michael Peters
> Developer
> Plus Three, LP
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