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Replaying revisions in new repository

From: Thilo-Alexander Ginkel <maillist_at_tgbyte.com>
Date: 2004-04-29 01:46:13 CEST


after migrating an existing VSS repository to subversion, I noticed
that some files are missing from the migrated repository.

Unfortunately, fixing the migration script and performing a new
conversion is not an option as new revisions have already been
committed to the subversion repository.

Now, I am looking for a way to apply the commits which happened since
the migration to a newly converted repository (which will contain the
files previously missed during the migration).

Will the following command sequence work although the revision numbers
from the old repository will not match the revisions from the new one?

svnadmin dump -r 4488:4517 --incremental /path/to/old/repository > diff.dump
svnadmin load /path/to/new/repository < diff.dump


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