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Re: modify dump

From: Gert Kello <Gert.Kello_at_mail.ee>
Date: 2006-10-31 11:10:07 CET

Niko Sams wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm trying to remove some sensible data from a repository. I created a dump
> and removed those strings (using sed). However when I want to load the dump
> into a new repository I get this error:
> * adding path : foo ...svn: Checksum mismatch, rep 'kg':
> expected: 7e853364f12897352d85a980e78b151d
> actual: 8b6997316c9d32a858280e6fc0049a38
> Which is of course correct - as I didn't adjust the checksums.
> So my question is: how can I modify the dump?
> thanks,
> niko sams

AFAIK You can remove the checksum line all together.

But be sure to adjust content-length and text-content-length values also.

But again: be *very careful* when editing the file.


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