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Re: SVN Book Method for Splitting Repos doesn't work

From: Roland Besserer <roland_at_motorola.com>
Date: 2004-12-30 23:43:56 CET

This discussion pretty much proves my point. It's all too damn
complicated. Perl scripts, sysread, bypass C library, etc.
when it would be a complete no-brainer if the dump file format
were a 'text' based one - you know, capable of being read by
any line oriented tool. Oh well.


"Dale Worley"<dworley@pingtel.com> writes:

> Well, I just loaded a 115M test file into my Emacs. But yes, in general,
> that's not a particularly good solution. My choice would be to use Perl,
> disable all the complex character set interpretation and use "sysread" and
> "syswrite" to access the file without interference from the C library. Then
> do some minimal level of parsing, so parts of versioned files that look like
> control information get skipped over.
> Dale
> -----Original Message-----
> From: roland@kanaha.am.mot.com [mailto:roland@kanaha.am.mot.com]On
> Behalf Of Roland Besserer
> Sent: Thursday, December 30, 2004 2:24 PM
> To: users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: Re: SVN Book Method for Splitting Repos doesn't work
> Using GNU sed solves the problem. Loading it in either Emacs or vim
> wasn't really an option as the dump file is 115MB and the database
> is expected to grow and I really want to process these huge dump files
> with stream oriented tools, not an editor :-)
> roland

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