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restructuring repositories with svndumpfilter

From: Adam Mercer <ramercer_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-08 06:40:09 CEST


I'm trying to restructure some of my repositories, esentially I want
to split up a single repository into multiple ones. The current layout
of my repo is


and I want separate repositories with each directory, i.e.


the only problem is that the history of each directory is not
independent, therefore I can't use svndumpfilter.

I have found svndumpfilter2 (from
which seems to be able to handle the case of separating directories
that share history. If I run

$ svnadmin dump repo | svndumpfilter /path/to/svn/repo dir1 > dir1.svndump

that splits repo/dir1 into a separate repository, the only problem is
that the structure of the new repository is


not just


as I want. I know I can move the contents of dir1 into the root
directory of the repository but does anyone know a way to get dir1 as
a separate repository?



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