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Copy History to New Repository

From: Flanakin Michael C Ctr HQ OSSG/OMR <Michael.Flanakin.Ctr_at_Gunter.Af.Mil>
Date: 2005-10-24 15:06:24 CEST

I have 3 repository layers on a project I'm working on. The first is a
generic reusable tool, the second is a specific instance of that tool,
and the third is a plug-in for the tool. There's a portion I want to
move from one level to another, so my first instinct was to do a dump
and load. The problem is that this will copy the entire repository. I
only want one directory within the repo. Is there any way to do this? I
can load it all and then remove what I don't want, I guess; but of
course, it'd be better to just trim it all out before loading it. Maybe
I can manually edit the dump file, but I'm not sure if there's anything
I should look out for before doing so. Has anyone done anything like
this before?
Michael Flanakin
Received on Mon Oct 24 15:11:45 2005

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