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Re: svndumpfilter oddities

From: Martin Furter <mf_at_rola.ch>
Date: 2005-09-29 12:22:21 CEST

On Wed, 28 Sep 2005, Chris Morgan wrote:

> Even after looking at this document it doesn't seem clear exactly what
> the Node-copyfrom-rev should point to in the case of a directory move.
> Should it point to the last node where modification to the directory
> being moved occurred?

It's a valid revision for the node, a rev where the node exists.
But it should point to the same version of the node. You could find it by
comparing log messages of both dumps.

> How do you go about looking at the dump files from a repo?
> Examination of the dump file prior to filtering and renaming should
> answer the question of what node is pointed to but how do you look at
> a 2+GB file?

You can use "svndumptool.py log -v dumpfile" to see what's in that
dumpfile (http://queen.borg.ch/subversion/svndumptool).

Martin

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