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Moving a repository on the same machine.

From: Bakki Kudva <bakki.kudva_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-20 18:39:41 CEST

Hi all,

I have a repo at /home/svn. I access it via apache2. I have /svn
aliased to /home/svn in httpd.conf.

I imported couple of my internal projects over http to

 /svn/projects/ror/project2 ...etc

First of all,
 I find that all of the projects that are imported have the same
version number. In otherwords when I imported project2 it did not
start with version 0 but the next version from project1.

How can I change this so each project that I import starts its own versioning?

I now want seperate repos for client projects.
Since I created my first repo at /home/svn, to add more repos now I'd
have to do /home/svn2 etc.

How can I change this so all repos to live under
...and so on.
Can I simply copy everything under /home/svn to /home/svn/Our_repo and
then add others?

Thanks for any light you can shed on this. I found very little in the
docs on how to move repos on the same machine.

Thank you,


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