On aug. 31, 21:25, Andy Levy <andy.l..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > a.)
> > Or I think it wrong?
> You're thinking about it wrong. Subversion does not delete *anything*
> stored in the repository. The only way you can is via dumping the
> repository, filtering out what you don't want, then re-loading the
> repository. This will break all your working copies and may lead to
> very confusing history.
I think you misunderstood me.
I know that subversion is storing all revisions (the deleted elements
And this is the problem. Many times we first upload big binary files
also, and repository grown too.
My theory that if I did dump to use the last revisions, these binary
files, and all version differents are removed, and the restoration
(load) of the elements is making a clean repository.
> > b.)
> > And:
> > How to I force the restore of the dump?
> I can't even follow what you're trying to do.
I dumped a project with last revision. All of the dummy, nonrelevant
files are removed.
I reloaded this dump.
The local (development) directories checked out again. I have only the
last version, without the dummy elements.
> > c.)
> > And:
> > Are anybody is member of SVNForum.org? This said: "host not
> > allowed(gmail)", and account going to infinite inactive state. I don't
> > found any webmaster, or forum admin to solve this...
> That's a problem on svnforum's end and I reported it yesterday.
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Received on 2010-09-01 19:35:56 CEST