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Re: Changing Dump Paths.

From: Michael Quigley <michael9_at_michael9.com>
Date: 2004-01-07 19:44:33 CET

John Peacock said:
> Ah, I see now. You named your new repository with the name of your former
> directory.


> The 'Node-path' is a combination of the path and a filename. If you delete
> the string 'project-a/' from every Node-path, none should be blank (and the
> Node that creates the 'project-a' directory, you can safely delete) and all
> file will be moved up a single level in the repository.
> I just tested this and it works fine.

Excellent. That's what I'll do. But again it would be nice if either 'svnadmin
load' or svndumpfilter supported this. 'svnadmin load' supports rooting the
dump deeper in the repository, but not making the dump shallower.


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