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Re: merge two different repositories

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-04-11 18:47:07 CEST

On Apr 11, 2007, at 11:09, ufuk kocolu wrote:

>> This where a branch would have been a better choice,
>> if by "merging" you mean the actions resulting in an
>> "svn merge", which would do exactly what you intended
>> to do.
>> If by "merging" you mean just "combining", then the
>> svnadmin dump/create/load approach as suggested by
>> someone would work for you.
> I'm guessing I made a big mistake at the beginning. I already
> created two repositories -a few weeks ago- and I have many local
> changes in both of them. I was hoping to
> be able merge most current changes in both of the files and then
> fix the errors with minimal effort. But as you mentioned, branches
> might be what I should have used.
> As I said, there are many changes in both repositories, any way to
> turn this into a branch and save myself from future problems?

You can dump and load so that everything is in one repository, as
discussed earlier in the thread. Then you may be able to merge. You
may need to use the --ignore-ancestry option.

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