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Re: (no subject)

From: Noel L Yap
Subject: Re: (no subject)
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2001 16:26:16 -0400

Merges need three versions to work with -- the two versions you see and their
ancestor (eg the version before code branched off).  If you have all three:
1. import the original code into the repo
2. checkout the code twice into different sandboxes
3. copy one branch into one sandbox
4. copy the other branch into the other sandbox
5. checkin one of the sandboxes
6. update (and resolve conflicts in) the other sandbox
7. checkin the other sandbox


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A repository for my project was created some time back. But the development
work continued without checking out a working copy from the repository. Also
the development work divided into two branches thinking that CVS would help
merge at a later stage. Now is there any chance to merge these two branches
of development which have been created without using CVS?

Many thanks,
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