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I am using Eclipse Indigo (Version: Indigo Service Release 2  , Build id: 20120216-1857 )

 I am using subversion plugin in Eclipse

I have two SVN branches   branch1   and branch2. ....source code in these two branches are in sync.

Now I have checked out a source code from branch1 and did some modification in it .   I want to commit this latest code in branch1 and branch2 both .

I can  commit  through right click > team > commit ...but  it will commit  only to branch1 ....how do I commit to branch2 ? I am stuck at this part.
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Create a patch (Team -> Create Patch...) of the changes made in branch1.
Then apply that patch in branch2. (In the Team Synchronizing view: Project -> Apply Patch...)
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