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Load dumped repos into a certain URL

From: Ronny T. Lampert <telecaadmin_at_uni.de>
Date: 2005-03-03 17:36:44 CET


consider the following:
You committed to a repos, only to learn later you forgot to make all the
important directories for branches, tags and trunk (don't laugh) - or
anything else (or because you though you won't need them).

So the repos-tree looks like:


you would like to take the existing repos, dump it and load it into an URL
( file:///repos/trunk/proj ), not into the plain repos resembling the same
structure again, so it later looks like:



you get the idea. Unfortunately, this won't work, as a "svnadmin load" only
works on PATHs, not URLs (why?).

svn mv is not really working, too, because I lose the history, when I only
checkout trunk/proj , because it seems the old revisions' history is not
properly attached (which makes sense, of course).

Is there ANY possibility do the above described? I found nothing when
searching around.

Thanks & cheers.

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Received on Thu Mar 3 17:39:12 2005

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