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newbie: problem using svndumpfilter

From: matador <matador1910-lists_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-01-27 06:16:19 CET

i need to take out a project and move it to its own fsfs repo. but the
projects main dir has moved around a lot in the history and been renamed
and (maybe copied); plus around 1800 revisions for the whole repo.

so how to dump this orignal bdb project to its own dumpfile and load into
a seperate fsfs repos? its on windows.


say on 6/2005 it was here


then later it moved to here


then later it was renamed to


i guess dump the whole repo to a file and then do an include filter on
every possible path that it could have lived in during its 1800 revisions,
filtering out empty revisions? is that correct?

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