If there are conflicts, then an (e) edit option is available. SVN isn’t smart enough to notice that resolving the conflict can be complete at edit completion, so you have to mark each such resolved change (r) resolved explicitly after invoking edit.
For unfathomable reasons, SVN (e)dit conflicts are shown in ‘diff -u’ output instead of ‘diff3 -m’. I’m hoping that oddity can be confligured away.
svn status -u : if you mark a merge conflict as deferred, then this will show what all the contributors were. In particular, you can construct a ‘diff3 -m’ command for such a deferred conflict, by running:
$ svn status -u | grep -A3 ^C
C 30427 lz_ios/lz_ios_srv/src/ios_config.c
From this you can run:
$ diff3 -m \
After resolving the conflict, and updating the file, you must run:
svn resolve –accept=working foo.c # (say)
For a branch off of the project ‘foo’ :
svn merge –accept postpone ^/foo/trunk
Then resolve conflicts as above with ‘svn update’
Push (local branch, or local changes to trunk)
$ svn commit
svn diff, and svn log.
Cleanup state from failed update
When running over flaky wireless, my svn update’s failed a few times. You have to run ‘svn cleanup’ to handle such a failure (but it tells you to do so).
Build tree root and repo info
‘svn info’ gives you useful information about the build tree you are in (the svn checkout).
List files and other info for a commit
svn ci -F ../../tools/svn-commit.tmp `cat c`