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Side effect on merging?

From: durumdara <durumdara_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2011 00:35:34 -0700 (PDT)


Someone knows what side effect I may got if I recreate a repository
with new content, but a client trying to do something with older

I have 3 repositories that have to much size.

I must delete the old elements from it, because on first time I also
put all DB files into rep with the source, and we are don't have it

I know there is a way to merge, but it seems to be easier to delete
the repository from the server, recreate, and commit the needed
elements only.

But I don't know what happens with anothers if I do this.

1.) svn make error when it is see that repository is not same - this
is better
2.) I got mysterious errors, when svn confuses on differences - this
is unacceptable

Thanks for help:


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