Posts Tagged: version control

Run SVN Merge Again Using –ignore-ancestry

I had an issue where I accidentally did a svn merge, but what I merged into had changes I didn’t want committed to trunk – yet. But I ran a commit before I realized my error. It’s a good reason to start with a fresh checkout of the code to merge to before doing it…. Read more »

Create SVN Branch with Copy Command

I create SVN branches all the time. If I get a few tickets to work on, I create a SVN branch and work there. Once the changes are done and tested, I roll the changes into trunk. Here’s how to SVN branch. svn copy https://mysvnrepositoryserver.com/dept/IS/MyProjectNameGoesHere/trunk \ https://mysvnrepositoryserver.com/dept/IS/MyProjectNameGoesHere/branches/NomeOfBranch \ -m “Creating branch for some reason.”