I am using git 188.8.131.52 from Debian. I just tried svn.pushmergeinfo and
it seems to have worked fine, great.
Now I am trying to understand what the doc says about this:
"Currently, this can only be done when dcommitting non-fast-forward
merges where all parents but the first have already been pushed into SVN."
"all parents but the first have already been pushed into SVN" means that
merging A into B requires to dcommit in A first, right?
"non-fast-forward" means that both branches got some commits since the
last merge, right?
Could we add an example after the above doc sentence? Something like
"For instance, if merging SVN branch B into A, make sure you dcommit A
first, and check that both A and B got new commits since the last merge
(or since B was created from A)".
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