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Re: Revisions with wrong chronologic order

From: Eli Carter <eli.carter_at_commprove.com>
Date: 2007-04-11 18:17:37 CEST

On Wednesday 11 April 2007, Kylo Ginsberg wrote:
> I have a scenario where I would like to dump a small repository and
> load it into a large one. Essentially I want to tack all the
> revisions of the small repo on to the tail end of the large one with
> their date being "at load time".
> More specifically: I want the original large repository to keep
> revision #s (so merge comments in log entries are coherent) but I
> don't want to preserve revision #s from the small repository. I want
> the -r DATE syntax to work, with the understanding that all revs from
> the small repository now appear to be from the time of the load.
> Is this possible with the svnadmin dump/load, svndumpfilter, or these
> other scripts/tools that have been mentioned.

Since the date is a revprop, you should be able to use the svndumptool
transform-revprop command to change them.


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