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RE: Dump a single project

From: Giulio Troccoli <Giulio.Troccoli_at_uk.linedata.com>
Date: 2007-01-22 15:36:57 CET

That worked a treat, but now I have another problem.

I had already a WC for that project under the old repository. Now that I
have created the new repository how can I "move" my WC to the new
repository? Svn switch --relocate "can only change the repository part
of an URL". I am not even sure this is possible at all, other than
deleting the old WC and checking it out again from the new repository.

Thanks
Giulio

>
> Have a look at svndumpfilter, which is included with svn.
>
>
> $ svndumpfilter help include
> include: Filter out nodes without given prefixes from dumpstream.
> usage: svndumpfilter include PATH_PREFIX...
>
> Valid options:
> --drop-empty-revs : Remove revisions emptied by filtering.
> --renumber-revs : Renumber revisions left after filtering.
> --preserve-revprops : Don't filter revision properties.
> --quiet : Do not display filtering statistics.
>
>
> // ben
>
>
>

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