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How to import a local repository to a remote location?

From: Stefan Langer <mailtolanger_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2006-12-13 18:43:40 CET

Hello everyone,

I have a local repository which allready has a history. Now I want to
move this repository to a new location. Unfortunatly I do not have file
access to the remote repository. I can access it remotly but I am not
able to run svnadmin load to import a dump file into the repository.
Are there any tools out there that allow me to move the repository from
my local location to the remote location without having to access the
repository at the file level?
I guess what I'm looking for is a svnclient that is able to checkin each
revision one at a time and this in an automated fashion.
I have tried to google and searched the mailinglist but have not found
The new svnsync utility doesn't seem fit either since I do not want to
synch my repository with the remote one as a read only copy. I want to
get the remote repository up to date and then use the remote one. The
other problem is that I cannot set the pre_rev_props hook since I do not
have the proper access to the remote file system.

Thanks for any help.


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Received on Wed Dec 13 18:42:39 2006

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