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Re: Subversion Migration and Organization

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 5 Aug 2008 16:35:50 -0500

On Aug 5, 2008, at 16:30, Farid Izem wrote:

> I need help on subversion in order to convert subversion directories
> in a global repository to many repositories.
> To sum up, i have one global repository hosting severals projects
> stored as directory :
> * http://subversion/repository/project1 where project1 is directory
> inside repository
> * http://subversion/repository/project2 where project3 is directory
> inside repository
> * http://subversion/repository/project3 where project3 is directory
> inside repository
> * http://subversion/repository/project4 where project4 is directory
> inside repository
> I d'like to convert all directories projectX onto individual
> repositories and keeping history.
> * http://subversion/project1
> * http://subversion/project2
> * http://subversion/project3
> * http://subversion/project4
> I have see i can use svn export command but i don't think it will kept
> revisions.

Correct, "svn export" will give you a directory containing the latest
version of your source code, but if you "svn import" that into a new
repository you will not have any of your history or log messages or
Subversion properties.

So you don't want to use "svn export" and "svn import". Instead, you
want to use "svnadmin dump", "svndumpfilter" and "svnadmin load".

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Received on 2008-08-05 23:36:50 CEST

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