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Merging two repositories

From: Brian Jackson <Brian.Jackson_at_zedak.com>
Date: 2005-03-29 04:00:08 CEST

Is there a way to merge two repositories into one? I have two repositories,
one with this structure:
core/
   project1/
   project2/

And a second with this structure:
library/
   oldproject3/
   oldproject4/

I only want one repository with this structure:
core/
   project1/
   project2/
   library/
      oldproject3/
      oldproject4/

I would want the revisions to be chronological such that if the two
repositories had revision timestamps like:

Repo 1 (core)
1: 1/1/2005
2: 1/3/2005

Repo 2 (library)
1: 1/2/2005
2: 1/4/2005

The end product would have a history like:

New repo
1: 1/1/2005 (from Repo 1)
2: 1/2/2005 (from Repo 2)
3: 1/3/2005 (from Repo 1)
4: 1/4/2005 (from Repo 2)

Is there any way to accomplish this? Has anyone used the svndumpmerge
script found at http://queen.borg.ch:81/subversion/svndumpmerge.py.txt?
Will it accomplish what I'm looking for?

Thanks,
Brian

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