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Re: New subversion repository format?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-09-26 22:43:47 CEST

Leandro Lucarella <llucar@mecon.gov.ar> writes:

> Of course I don't have this 'format' file... I've created a new test
> repository and the 'format' file with '1' in the contents is there and
> works just fine. I don't know why I'm telling this to you since I'm sure
> you know it better than me :)
> I tried to make a backup and add the file 'format' but I get this error:
> $ svn co file:///home/luca/temp/he_root he_prueba
> A he_prueba/tronco
> svn: Error del determinador de nombres desconocido
> svn: reference to non-existent node `2.1.30' in filesystem
> `/home/luca/temp/he_root/db'

Part of me wants to reprimand you for even trying that ... but then, I
have to pause and remember that Unix is the Promised Land of
Hackability, so I can't really fault you.

> So, finally, my question is... Is the format changed or am I dreaming (a
> nightmare :( )??? And the most important: is there a way to "import" the
> old repository in the new format???

Yes, the format has changed.
Yes, there is a way to "import" the old repository in the new format.
See the FAQ on the subversion.tigris.org.

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Received on Thu Sep 26 22:44:56 2002

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