A Feature Branch is intended for working on one particular feature. It is normally constituted of data downloaded from the trunk and is integrated back into the trunk when the work on the feature is completed. You can apply all the changes or select a subset of them. IntelliJ IDEA creates a changelist with the merged changes and offers it for commit.
- Open the Changes tool window and switch to the Subversion Working Copies Information tab.
Click the Merge from link, and choose the changes' source on the
context menu. The available options are:
- trunk - choose this option to merge the changes from the trunk to the current branch.
- branches - choose this option to have changes from a specific branch applied to the current branch. Select the source branch in the Branches pop-up list.
- tags - choose this option to have changes from a specific branch applied to the current branch. Select the source branch in the Tags pop-up list.
To compose a list of branches to work with, choose the Configure branches option and update the list of branches in the Configure Subversion Branches dialog box that opens.
In the Merge from <branch_name> dialog box that opens,
specify the scope of changes to apply.
- To have all changes applied, click the Merge all button.
To have a subset of changes applied, click the Select revisions to merge
In the list of revisions that is displayed, appoint the revisions to apply changes from
by selecting check boxes next to the desired revisions.
To have the selected changes applied, click the Merge selected button.
To have all changes applied regardless of the selection, click the Merge all button.
In the Files merged with conflicts, view the list of files where
problems occurred during the merge procedure
and resolve the problems using the following
- Accept Yours - click this button to have IntelliJ IDEA force your changes.
- Accept Theirs - click this button to have IntelliJ IDEA overwrite your changes.
- Merge - click this button to open the merge tool and resolve the conflicts there.