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Re: Commit many changes from one repository to another

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-06-13 23:39:32 CEST

Michael Ching wrote:

> Use svnadmin dump --incremental to dump all changes from the last
> revision you have on your main repo, then svnadmin load to load those
> changes into your main repo.

Or better yet, use svk (svk.elixus.org). It sounds like he really wants
a distributed repository system. Dumping/loading is a pretty ugly
solution for replicating commits from one repository to another.

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Received on Sun Jun 13 23:42:36 2004

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