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Re: Changing Dump Paths.

From: Sander Striker <striker_at_apache.org>
Date: 2004-01-07 20:40:56 CET

On Wed, 2004-01-07 at 18:42, John Peacock wrote:
> Michael Quigley wrote:
> > $ svnadmin create /raid/subversion/project-a
> > $ svnadmin create /raid/subversion/project-b
> Ah, I see now. You named your new repository with the name of your former
> directory.
> > I'd do a simple search and replace to change the paths in the
> > project-a-dumpfile and project-b-dumpfile, but that would leave empty
> > 'Node-path:' entries lying around and probably cause problems (I haven't
> > actually tried it).
> 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 files
> will be moved up a single level in the repository.
> I just tested this and it works fine.

Don't forget about Node-copyfrom-path:.


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