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Re: combining two repositories into one

From: Ronny T. Lampert <telecaadmin_at_uni.de>
Date: 2005-03-24 10:58:02 CET

> /svn/projects/projA
> /svn/projects/projB
>
> What I would like to do is "promote" /svn/projects to be the
> actual repository, with projA and projB both elements within that
> repository. I also want to preserve revision history during the

That looks like a relocation to me I needed a while back.
Does the following look like it would help you?

#> svnadmin help load
[...]
   --parent-dir arg : load at specified directory in repository

Dump the 2 repos, create a new repos and load the dumps into the new one,
with --parent-dir specified, like

#> svnadmin load --parent-dir /projA < projA.dump

This will place the whole dump into $REPOS/projA.
If you want more transformations done, try to read about svnfilter.

Cheers,
Ronny

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