On 10/18/2016 01:38 PM, Alexey Neyman wrote:
Some time ago, in a separate email thread I was asked to try 1.10
client. I have been using it since, and today it showed an error
Checking r12300... done
Tree conflict on '<dir>':
Directory merged from
was deleted by <user> in r12300.
A directory which differs from the corresponding directory on the
merge source branch was found in the working copy.
Select: (p) postpone, (r) accept current working copy state,
(i) ignore incoming deletion, (a) accept incoming deletion,
(h) help, (q) quit resolution: a
svn: warning: apr_err=SVN_ERR_WC_NOT_LOCKED
svn: warning: W155005: No write-lock in
svn: E155027: Failure occurred resolving one or more conflicts
Using svn compiled from r1763039.
What happened: while 'svn merge' was waiting for response, I decided
to find out if I had any local changes in the offending directory. In
a separate shell, I ran 'svn log --stop-on-copy <dir>' and then 'svn
diff -c REV <dir>', where REV is the revision reported by 'svn log' on
that directory. After that, I accepted incoming deletion, but the
client aborted the merge - see above.
On a separate note, the only revision reported on that directory by
'svn log' was a previous merge from ^/trunk. I am not sure how it made
the ^/mybranch/<dir> different from ^/trunk/<dir> - IMO, they
should've been identical. It would be helpful if 'svn merge' offered a
verbose view on what it deemed different.
I just found what made it consider this directory different: it had
build artifacts (*.o, *.d, etc) in that directory - once I ran 'make
clean' prior to merge, the merge proceeded smoothly. Does the client
consider unversioned files when comparing the directories?