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Re: 'svnadmin load --parent-dir' seems to be a bit buggy

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-07-19 14:21:11 CEST

Oliver Siegmar <oliver.siegmar@xams.org> writes:

> <<< Started new txn, based on original revision 3
> * adding path : projectC/trunk/images/filexyz.ext ...svn:
> Filesystem has no item
> svn: file not found: revision `5', path `/trunk/images/file2.ext'

Looks like a bug to me, in 'svnadmin load --parent-dir'. If that
command is prepending "projectC" before every path in the dumpfile,
why isn't it doing so for the copyfrom-paths as well? (I'm assuming
that in r3 of the dumpfile, 'filexyz.ext' was created by copying
'file2.ext', right?)

By the way, you can always load without --parent-dir, and then just
'svn mv' your projectA and projectB directories to better locations.
You just end up with slightly stranger history.

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Received on Sat Jul 19 14:23:43 2003

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