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Re: weird question

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-06-05 10:19:32 CEST

> * Attila BODY <compi-lists@freemail.hu> [2004-06-05 01:10]:
> > So my question is: is it feasible or not? I think if svn merge allows
> > merging between different repos then it should be feasible but I am far
> > from being sure.
> Probably the simplest way is to do something like this:
> - Create a brand-new SVN repository using vss2svn.
> - (I'm not sure about the repository layout created by vss2svn, but you
> may need to tweak it to match the layout you had when you created your
> current SVN repository.)
> - Dump your old SVN repository using "svnadmin dump --incremental".
> - Load the contents of the dump file into the new repository using
> "svnadmin load".
> If you haven't made any changes to the VSS repository since importing
> its contents to SVN, it should be as simple as that. The repository
> layout-tweaking step will probably be the trickiest part (if it's
> necessary at all).

This seems to be a viable way to do it. You will lose working copy
compatibility, so be sure all your changes are checked in before you do



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