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Re: Is it possible to move repository from Linux to Windows?

From: Jacob Atzen <jacob_at_aub.dk>
Date: 2006-01-23 12:16:47 CET

On Mon, Jan 23, 2006 at 11:12:14AM +1000, Steve Williams wrote:
> Kevin Hung wrote:
> >I have already created a local repository in Linux in my user account.
> >When I access the repository, I simply use file:///home/...
> >
> >What I want to do now is to move the repository from my Linux account
> >to my home PC. I have tortose SVN installed on my home PC. I have
> >already tried to copy the repository from Linux to my home PC, but
> >TSVN complains about accessing the repository. So I don't know simple
> >file copy works.
> >
> >Is this possible?
> Use 'svnadmin dump' on your Linux repository, then copy the dump file to
> your Windows PC, where you use 'svnadmin load'.

And to do this you will need to install the subversion binaries on your
Windows machine and not just TortoiseSVN.

- Jacob Atzen
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