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RE: directory copy

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2004-11-15 15:59:29 CET

It doesn't copy the history, but it does remember where the files are copied
from. E.g., if you do "svn log" on those files, it will list all revisions
which made changes on the original file (before it was copied) as well as
all revisions on the copy. If you create the copy with a
repository-to-repository "svn copy", the message in "svn log -v" for the
revision in which the copy is committed will state the original file names
and revisions.

Dale

-----Original Message-----
From: David Kramer [mailto:david@thekramers.net]

> 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

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