Merging 2 divergent copies of the same repository.
From: David Wilson <dw_at_botanicus.net>
Date: Wed, 28 May 2008 19:51:39 +0100
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Some time ago I made a copy of a personal repository on another host.
A year later, I now have 2 repositories with the same UUID and mostly
Thinking about the problem, I supposed I could use "svnadmin dump
svn log -vr $FIRST_DIVERGENT_REV:HEAD $B|grep '^ [A-Z] /'|cut
This builds a list of files changed in the two repositories, then uses
So my thinking is that this should work fine:
svnadmin dump --incremental -r 661:HEAD dw_from_b | svnadmin load dw
I tried this and it seems to work.
My question is: what sanity checks does svnadmin apply while loading
In my mind, what I have tested for (conflicting changes to files), and
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