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The equivalent operation in Git is documented at: Backport changes using Git

Example 1: Forward-port from 8.x to trunk

Say you commit a fix to a stable branch (ex.: 8x), and you want to merge that commit to trunk (ex.: future 9x)

In this example, we'll merge the commit in branches/8.x (revision 39486) to trunk.

  1. Checkout trunk -> get code
  2. From the trunk directory (you may have to do 'cd trunk')
    Merge revision from branches/8.x to the current checkout (which happens to be trunk)
    svn merge -c 39486 ^/branches/8.x
  3. Commit
    svn commit -m "[merge/r39486] minor text corrections" youreditedtikifile.php

Example 2: Backport from 15.x to 14.x

  1. Checkout or Update 14.x (using svn up)
  2. From the 14.x directory
    Merge revision from branches/15.x to the current revision in 14.x
    svn merge -c 57822 ^/branches/15.x
  3. Commit
    svn commit -m "[bp/r57822] the original commit message" youreditedtikifile.php

Example 3: Backport from trunk to 19.x

  1. Checkout or Update 19.x (using svn up)
  2. From the 19.x directory
    Merge revision from trunk to 19.x
    svn merge -c 69060 ^/trunk
  3. Commit
    svn commit -m "[bp/r69060] the original commit message" youreditedtikifile.php



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Merge a commit to trunk