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RE: restructuring repositories with svndumpfilter

From: Bicking, David (HHoldings, IT) <David.Bicking_at_thehartford.com>
Date: 2007-09-10 15:43:34 CEST

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Mercer [mailto:ramercer@gmail.com]
> Hi
> 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
> repo/
> dir1
> dir2
> dir3
> and I want separate repositories with each directory, i.e.
> dir1/
> dir2/
> dir3/
> the only problem is that the history of each directory is not
> independent, therefore I can't use svndumpfilter.
> I have found svndumpfilter2 (from
> http://www.tartarus.org/~simon-anonsvn/viewcvs.cgi/svn-tools/s
> vndumpfilter2?view=markup)
> which seems to be able to handle the case of separating
> directories that share history. If I run

Holy smokes! This is the tool I've been seeking! Thanks for telling me
about it. I'll be looking on with interest for the answer to your
question about the root folder. If I read the description correctly,
this would permit me to pull out one folder (project) with all its
history regardless of where it was originally located.

Thank you!

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