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Export at work, import data at home.

From: Jensen Somers <jensen.somers_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Jul 2009 00:56:47 -0700 (PDT)


We have a subversion repository at work were recently over 1GB of data has been added. (I was not a fan of this, but I was outvoted :-).)

The problem I'm faced now is that I also maintain a checkout of that repository at home but I don't want to download 1GB of data. Is there a way I can export the data at work, put them on a drive, paste them into the folder at home and "make it work"? I assume I can't just copy everything including the .svn folders as they will contain a different repository URL.



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