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Loading a repository when nodes have been moved halts

From: Francois Beausoleil <fbos_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2003-07-11 23:08:17 CEST

Hello everyone !

I was wondering if it was possible to import a repository under a new
path, after some paths had been copied. In my original repository, I had
files under vendor/, but now I want those files to be under rbm/vendor.
Here's a transcript of what happened:
E:\httpd>svnadmin dump rbm-repos | svnadmin load --parent-dir rbm repos
* Dumped revision 0.
<<< Started new txn, based on original revision 1
     * adding path : rbm/branches ... done.
     * adding path :
     ...* Dumped revision 1.
* Dumped revision 2.
* Dumped revision 3.

------- Committed new rev 2 (loaded from original rev 1) >>>

<<< Started new txn, based on original revision 2
     * adding path : rbm/vendor/junit/3.8.1 ...svn: Filesystem has no
svn: file not found: revision `2', path `/vendor/junit/current'

E:\httpd>svn --version
svn, version 0.25.0 (r6433)
   compiled Jul 10 2003, 22:05:10

At revision 2 of the original repository, I tagged vendor/junit/current
to vendor/junit/3.8.1. Revision 3 was the same, but for another
vendor-provided folder.

In the original repository, I was following the standard layout:

In my new repository, I want to track everything, so I am switching
things around:

I checked the help from svndumpfilter, but that filters out nodes, it
cannot rename them.

This is SVN 0.25.0 on on Win2K SP3.

Thanks !

  Francois Beausoleil
  Developer of Java Gui Builder
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Received on Fri Jul 11 23:09:10 2003

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