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Re: directory copy

From: David Kramer <david_at_thekramers.net>
Date: 2004-11-12 21:13:07 CET

On Tue, 9 Nov 2004 tanerd@riskturk.com wrote:

> hi,
> I will reorginize my svn repository. I want to copy a directory to another
> directory.
> svn://..../repository/project1
> to
> svn://..../repository/projects/project1
> Therefore, I want to carry history of project1.
> How can I do? I use "svn copy" command but this command copy directory
> with one revision not all history.

I went through this as a "growing pain/learning experience" recently.
What I figured out was this: Do a dump on the existing repository, edit
the dump file to change the paths, create the repository again, and load
it. Worked a treat, and I kept all my history.

DDDD David Kramer david_at_thekramers.net http://thekramers.net
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