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Re: copying multiple revisions from 1 repository to another

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-06-09 20:38:02 CEST

"Tim Alsop" <Tim.Alsop@CyberSafe.Ltd.UK> writes:
> The files in rep1 are more up to date than in rep2 so I want to copy all
> revisions from rep1 into rep2, thus creating new revision numbers in
> rep1 for the files, but keeping the history of file changes etc. I
> eventually want to remove rep1 and continue working on rep2 as my new
> and latest repository. How can I copy all revisions for files in code
> directory (e.g. file1,2 and 3) into directory called core in rep2 ?

Copying from rep1 into rep2 would not create new revision numbers in
rep1 anyway, but rather in rep2.

However, there is no versioning-sensitive way to do a cross-repository
copy right now. You just have to add the files as new and indicate in
their log message (or something) that they were copied from another


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