[darcs-users] Colin Walters blogs on Arch changesets vs Darcs
zooko at zooko.com
Sun Nov 28 11:56:50 UTC 2004
On 2004, Nov 25, at 23:31, Andrew Pimlott wrote:
> The repo has to be in some state after the conflict, and what other
> state makes sense?
As has been mentioned more than once, after pulling two conflicting
adds of a different file by the same name, it would make more sense for
both of the files to be present (under different "temporary" names)
rather than having neither of them. This is what Codeville does.
Furthermore, it occurs to me that when the conflict is resolved, it is
important for the resolution to specify *which* of the files was kept
under the contentious name. (For the same reason that darcs needs to
know that you mv'ed a file from A to B instead of just knowing that you
erased file A and created file B with the same contents.)
So the way to resolve it ought to be to run "darcs mv temporaryname1
contendedname" or "darcs mv temporaryname2 contendedname".
What do you think?
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