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Re: Moving a repo into another?

From: Paul L Lussier <pll_at_lanminds.com>
Date: 2003-05-21 23:02:21 CEST

In a message dated: 21 May 2003 14:53:59 CDT
Ben Collins-Sussman said:

>... it's not clear to me, though, how you would load *into* a specific
>directory in the new repository.

projectA is currently it's own repository. It's isolated.

I need to create a new repository with 2 new projects which are each
related to each other *and* to projectA. Basically, I want to move
'projectA' out of it's isolation into a repository with family
members so it's not lonely :) projectA, projectB, and projectC are
all inter-related, and as such, going forward, changesets will
include files in all three trees.

What I seem to need to do is:

        svnadmin create /usr/local/svn/projects
        svnadmin dump /usr/local/svn/projectA | \
                svnadmin load /usr/local/svn/projects
        svn create file:///usr/local/svn/projects/projectA

Then 'svn mv' everything from the load under the projectA parent
directory. Does that make sense?

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