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Moving project between repositories

From: neil hart <neilahart_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-06 16:34:28 CEST

This is a duplicat of a question asked back in 2004. There didn't
seem to be a solution back then,
but I was wondering if anything new has come up.

I have 3 repositories: team1, team2, and shared. team1 will contain
some code that we want to share.
We first make move it into its own project in team1 (no problem). We
then want to move it into the
shared repository without losing the history and timeline. Is there
anyway to do this?

below is the previous question:

I have two repositories, say "svn://host1/r1" and "svn://host2/r2",
which contain several projects, unrelated to each other:

  svn://host1/r1/p1/{trunk,tags,branches}
  svn://host1/r1/p2/{trunk,tags,branches}
  svn://host1/r1/p3/{trunk,tags,branches}

  svn://host2/r2/p4/{trunk,tags,branches}
  svn://host2/r2/p5/{trunk,tags,branches}
  svn://host2/r2/p6/{trunk,tags,branches}

What is the best way to move a project from one repository to the
next, while maintaining as much as possible from the project's
history?

  svn://host1/r1/p1/{trunk,tags,branches}
  svn://host1/r1/p2/{trunk,tags,branches}
  svn://host1/r1/p3/{trunk,tags,branches}
  svn://host1/r1/p5/{trunk,tags,branches} <----+
                                               |
                                               | ???
  svn://host2/r2/p4/{trunk,tags,branches} |
  (svn://host2/r2/p5/{trunk,tags,branches}) ---+
  svn://host2/r2/p6/{trunk,tags,branches}

Thanks
Neil Hart
Received on Wed Sep 6 16:53:33 2006

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