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Merging two repositories

From: Byrne, David <David.Byrne_at_cambridge-na.com>
Date: 2006-07-17 20:05:07 CEST

I wondered if anyone has done anything like this before. I have two
repositories that are separate right now, but I would like to join them.
I know that I can dump each of the repositories and load them into a new
repository, but I would like the revision numbers to be date-ordered.
One of the repositories contains source code and the other contains the
"distributables" for the application. So what I want to do is load them
into a new repository that has both with each under different directory
structures. I thought about writing a python script that would
calculate the order of the current revisions and that would dump using a
filter on the revision number. It would then load each dump in commit
date order. This seems like a good deal of work and I thought that
maybe someone else had already done this. Does anyone have any ideas or
suggestions?

 

Thanks,

David Byrne
Received on Mon Jul 17 20:07:15 2006

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