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Cleaning cruft

From: Kenneth P. Turvey <kt-usenet_at_squeakydolphin.com>
Date: 2006-03-27 04:34:24 CEST

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I've been working on getting setup to track the Linux sources in my
repository. I now have a directory, $SVN/Linux, that contains all the
patches and vendor sources I want to track. Unfortunately, there is a lot
of cruft from getting this all working the way I want it to. I would like
to delete any sources that are not currently referenced in this directory
of the repository.

Unfortunately, the way I did things complicates this a bit. There are
some names that are used more than once. For example:

$SVN/Linux/vendor/kernel.org-linux@575

is different than

$SVN/Linux/vendor/kernel.org-linux@HEAD

I realize that I will have to dump the repository to a file and then
reload it. Is there an easy way to filter it to get rid of file revisions
not referenced in this directory, and _only_ in this directory?

Thanks in advance. Any suggestions are appreciated.

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Kenneth P. Turvey <kt-usenet@squeakydolphin.com>

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