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Re: Moving project between repositories

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-09-06 23:01:15 CEST

On Sep 6, 2006, at 16:34, neil hart wrote:

> 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?

Well, the tools available to you are "svnadmin dump", "svndumpfilter"
and "svnadmin load".

If this is a task you expect to be doing more frequently, you may
want to reconsider the separation of these items and consider a
single repository instead since that would obviously make this much
easier to do (though there may be other reasons why you want separate

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