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Re: non-existent revision after dump + svndumpfilter

From: Gerald Richter <richter_at_ecos.de>
Date: 2004-02-20 19:28:47 CET

> Here's a different question: If you run without --drop-empty-revs,
> and then do:
> $ grep 'Revision-number: ' orig-dumpfile | wc -l
> $ grep 'Revision-number: ' filtered-dumpfile | wc -l
> Do you get matching values for the number of revisions in each
> dumpfile?

Yes, but I have another idea. I done the svnadmin dump starting with a
revision number, so I only get the revisions above (and thats the number
your above commands show).

So I retry the dump, this time without revision number. After running
svndumpfilter I get an error during svnadmin load at the revision where the
directory I like to split out was copied from another directory, saying
"File not found". So it seems like I cannot split out a directory, without
the directory which holds the copy history. Is this true?



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