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Re: [TSVN] Merge two repositories

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-08-01 17:38:14 CEST

Nick Gilbert wrote:
> I have two seperate projects (a client/server system) that are really
> part of the same overall software package and I have decided that it
> would be easier to keep track of revisions if they were the same repo.
> How can I copy one repo into another repo and effectively merge the two
> repositories without losing the revision history of each.
> The history doesn't have to be linear. eg if "Client" is on 100 and
> "Server" is on 10, then I want revision 110 to be Client + Server or
> something similar.

You can dump one repository and load it into the other. Look in the svn
manual for the svnadmin dump and load commands.


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