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svndumpfilter questions

From: James Trickel <jtrickel_at_dolphtech.com>
Date: 2007-04-30 18:57:48 CEST

I am trying to use svndumpfilter in the following way:
repo:
   /
   /projectA/subcon/component1
   /projectA/subcon/component1/branches
   /projectA/subcon/component1/tags
   /projectA/subcon/component2
   /projectA/subcon/component2/branches
   /projectA/subcon/component2/tags
   /projectA/subcon/component3
   /project/B

With svndumpfilter I would like to create a new repository that does not
contain component3
# svndumpfilter exclude project/A/component3 < original_dump > without3_dump

Watching the output I see that all the revisions are being used that
correspond to component3.
Revision 2987 committed as 2987.
Revision 2988 committed as 2988.

and naturally the dump files are near identical size. I did notice that
the original_dump file contains Node-Paths without leading '/' and
svndumpfilter will say "excluding '/project/A/component3'" rather than
"project/A/component3" as in the the original_dump file.

Could anyone shed some light on what I might possibly be doing wrong?

Using:
svn, version 1.4.2 (r22196) compiled Mar 14 2007, 20:55:55
svndumpfilter, version 1.4.2 (r22196) compiled Mar 14 2007, 20:55:55
CentOS v 5

Thanks in advance,
James

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