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RE: Saving history when converting multiple repos into one?

From: Matt England <mengland_at_mengland.net>
Date: 2005-09-28 02:29:32 CEST

Ok, dump question, now that I have all my up-to-date Subversion server built:

How do I execute "binary-history-search" stuff from the cmdline so that I
can test that the script below works as intended with a couple of
repositories I'm testing with (after dumping-and-loading them as copies to
another area for non-production testing)? I'm looking for exact cmdline
syntax, but I'm still somewhat of a Subversion newbie user (even though I'm
fairly seasoned on the admin side--even though this may be hard to conceive).

For what it's worth: I'm the swdev manager for my group, and I don't use
this stuff as much as my developers, but I admin things and try to keep
everything in line so they can focus on development. Hence I often don't
know much about the specifics of the tool at the moment--in this case
Subversion--but I'm always willing to learn on the fly. :)


At 9/16/2005 04:06 PM, Dale Hirt wrote:
>Ok, the first iteration of my ReposMerge.py script is up. It requires
>python and the subversion bindings. Let me know about your successes and
>failures. Thanks.

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