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Re: Combining two repositories

From: Aleksey Nogin <aleksey_at_nogin.org>
Date: 2005-10-21 23:55:13 CEST

On 21.10.2005 13:54, Serge Wroclawski wrote:

> I have two repositories which I'd like to combine into one.
> In the new future, the repository would look like
> /
> -/repo1
> -/repo2
> I don't know how, if it's at all possible, to combine the repositories and
> still retain all the history?
> Is this something I can do with svn dump? Do I need to edit the dump?

You can do svnadmin dump/load (using --parent-dir with load). The
downside is that the revisions will not be properly interleaved (first
all revisions for repo1, then all revisions for repo2). You can try
using the reposmerge script if you want interleaving -

Aleksey Nogin
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