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Re: dump and load question

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-12-29 11:49:07 CET

On Dec 28, 2005, at 21:44, Shawn Matlock wrote:
> Iíve got a sandbox repository that has a lot of committed garbage.
> I made a dump file and edited it to only contain the changes I
> want. Blew away the entire repository and loaded it back from the
> dump file.
> Are all of the working copies now invalid if they are at a revision
> higher than the last one I loaded?
I would think all working copies are invalid, regardless of their
current revision, because they refer to different revisions than the
ones you now have.

I don't know how svnadmin load works in this case, but it sure would
be nice if you would have gotten a different repository unique ID so
that you *couldn't* use your old working copies anymore and were
forced to replace them....

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