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Re: split a repository

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2004-03-18 22:06:53 CET

Concerning Re: split a repository
Tom Opgenorth wrote on 18 Mar 2004, 7:57, at least in part:

> > Working with CVS, I used to remove projects from the repository when
> > they were finished, and burn them to CD, so that the project
> > documentation has now the whole project, including all history.
> > Also, I don't have to carry around the dead weight of all the past
> > projects in the repository (and on all backup copies).
> It sounds like what you want is 'svn export'?

Nope. Please correct if I am wrong: He wants to preserve all the
history, too, not just the final product. Only he does not want to
carry on the finished projetc in his repos forever. Export would just
give him a working copy without the .svn admin area (if one may
call this a working copy at all!!).

Jan hendrik

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