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Re: Changing Dump Paths.

From: Michael Quigley <michael9_at_michael9.com>
Date: 2004-01-07 17:00:51 CET

John Peacock said:
> Open the dumpfile in your favorite editor and replace 'project-a/project-a/'
> with 'project-a/'. It's one of the advantages that the dumpfile is [mostly]
> just text.

There is no 'project-a/project-a/' in the dumpfile. There is only
'project-a/'. I'd do a simple search and replace on the 'Node-path:' entries,
but that'll end up creating a few empty 'Node-path:' lines. The lines that
looked like:

Node-path: project-a

...will end up as:


Is this a problem?

I guess the other alternative could be to simple do the import into the new
repository and then:

$ svn co http://svn:6666/project-a/
$ cd project-a
$ svn mv * ..
$ svn ci

Anyone have any other ideas? Is the empty 'Node-path:' line a problem? Maybe
I'll look at the svndumpfilter and see about adding this functionality


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