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RE: Migration from MS VSS to Subversion

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2006-09-14 09:33:09 CEST

Quoth Robert Graf-Waczenski <mailto:rgw@lsoft.com>:
> Writing something is of course an option, using Java or Perl
> or whatever. Would it be possible to modify the paths in the
> dumpfile, e.g. replace /comp1/ with /comp1/trunk/? (I did not
> yet even dare to try to open the dumpfile with an editor as
> it is of size 10 GB)
> If i then load the dumpfile, would this give me what i want,
> i.e. repo folders /comp1/trunk/100-Docs,
> /comp1/trunk/200-Code with all old VSS history mirrored?

As long as you catch all the paths, then yes, it should work.

Be *VERY* careful when editing the dump though, and definitely do not
trust editors (even if you can find one that can open such a big file).
The dump file contains a mix of binary and text data, and some
editors/tools can't resist the urge to change some line endings around,
which will horribly break the file.

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Received on Thu Sep 14 09:33:42 2006

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