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RE: "Relocating" my "repository" to Google Code

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2013 19:11:40 +0000

> I apologize in advance if this is answered elsewhere (I imagine it probably is)
> but I did search pretty hard for the answer, to no avail.
> I have an existing SVN repository, managed w/ Tortoise, for my open-source
> code at work; tomorrow is my last day, so I'd like to "relocate" it to a Google
> Code project I have already created and designated as being VC-ed with
> Subversion; I understand from Google's instructions that I have to "reset"
> that repository to "sync" my existing history; Google's instructions are then
> to use svnsync, but that does not appear to be, explicitly, supported by
> Tortoise. So I am unclear as to the mechanical details, using Tortoise, of
> uploading my repository, with history, to my existing-but-empty Google code
> project: might someone please post clear, step-by-step instructions for how
> to do this? Thanks in advance!

That is a tool that is part of the command line toolset. If you installed the command line tools when you installed TSVN (it is an option on the installer) you should have it in your path. Open a command window (or powershell window) and start svnsync running... you will have to provide your repo path and the google code path... it should then clone.

I haven't used it... if you need more specific help with the tool you should probably ask on the svn mail list since this is really an admin tool and not specific to TortoiseSVN.



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