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Getting data from an OLD repository

From: Arnoud Berendsen <arnoudb_at_futurenet.nl>
Date: 2005-11-22 02:17:00 CET

I found an old repository on my drive somewhere, but it's so pre-1.0 svn
that current clients won't read it anymore. It complains:

svnadmin: Expected format '3' of repository; found format '1'

After some Googling I found out this means the repository schema has
changed, and according to one file this means I need a 0.27 (or lower)
release of SVN. Now of course, after two years, I do not have such an
old client anymore.

Does anyone still have such a client? Where could I get it? Or would
there be some other way to get the data out?

I considered it may be possible to build it from source, but since I'm
on Windows and not a C developer, I have little knowledge of how do pull
that off, nor do I have the required tools.

Arnoud Berendsen

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