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Creating new repository with data from client

From: Peter HartlÚn <peter.hartlen_at_sib.se>
Date: 2006-08-10 10:50:56 CEST

Assuming one of our repositories is corrupted beyond any chance of repair
we'll create a new one. On the client machine (WinXP) we have the latest
version of the data. We use TortoiseSVN. Is there a really easy way to fill
the new repository from the old client directory? Something like using
relocate in TortoiseSVN, and it will import ONLY the files used in the
version control to the new repository, and also clearing history etc...
Is this possible?
Otherwise I need to go through all subdirectories and remove all files which
shouldn't be in the respository before performing the import. This wouldn't
be a big problem, but I thought there might be some kind of fast
functionality for this :-)
Thanks in advance!
 / Peter
Received on Thu Aug 10 10:52:11 2006

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