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Re: Moving project between repositories

From: Stephan Zeissler (KUTTIG) <stephan.zeissler_at_kuttig.com>
Date: 2006-09-06 20:59:29 CEST

Hi Neil,

I don't know if there is anything better; i have no experience in using
it, but maybe there is an option to let it filter older revisions /
paths too?
If not, you can write a small script that calls svn ls to get all files
for your repository and svn log to check if it has moved and when. Do this
recursivly to get ALL paths of your files and add / include them in your
filter. Just an idea, maybe it helps.


neil hart wrote:
> Thanks. This is what we have tried, but when using the svndumpfilter
> we lose revisions for files that were once moved from another
> directory path. This is something we do often, maybe too often. Is
> there anything better at this then svddumpfilter.

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