Contrary to what you said, the output of svndumpfilter differs from the input dump file even if no entries
are stripped. The format declaration in the header changes, true, but the entry properties are also shuffled around
somewhat and some fields are added/removed. I guess I will wait for 1.1.2.
On Mon, 29 Nov 2004 10:32:14 -0000, Max Bowsher wrote:
>> It looks like this was reported recently by someone else:
>> Did anyone end up following up on this issue?
>For the sake of all of us on this list, would you please stop posting the
>moment you have a question. Stop, do at least a minimal amount of research
>to see if the answer to your problem is out there.
>In this case, if you'd taken just a few minutes to read through the thread
>of messages following the one you reference, you would discover that I had
>followed up on it. You would also have discovered that the true nature of
>this bug would *not* have interfered with your diffing, as it was only the
>format number, not the format itself, that was being changed by
>And, BTW, this is fixed on trunk and proposed for 1.1.2
>> On Mon, 29 Nov 2004 00:50:02 -0500, Gili wrote:
>>> svnadmin dump uses SVN-fs-dump-format-version: 2 while svndumpfilter uses
>>> SVN-fs-dump-format-version: 3. This makes it difficult for me to diff the
>>> difference between the two. That is, I have an original dump file, I run
>>> through a filter and I want to diff the result against the original to
>>> whether I mistakenly removed some files I did not intent to. Because the
>>> use two different formats it makes diffing more difficult. Is there a way
>>> sync the two?
Received on Mon Nov 29 11:44:00 2004