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Re: Copying a part of another repository, *with* its history

From: Les Mikesell <lesmikesell_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 07 May 2008 07:44:53 -0500

Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> Some warnings: the revision numbers are not preserved (obviously), the
>> dates are, but, now, in the new repository, the order of revisions is
>> no longer the chronological order.
> Correct, the revisions are no longer chronological with this approach.
> If you want to merge two or more repositories and maintain the
> chronological property of revisions (i.e. interleave and renumber the
> revisions of both repositories) there exist scripts which will do that.
> svndumptool will do this, and I think there are other scripts as well.

Is there anything that will convert something from cvs and merge it in
date order? Or fix a repository after a cvs2svn dump has been loaded?

   Les Mikesell
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