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Re: How can I replay changes on another SVN repository?

From: Stephen Connolly <stephen.alan.connolly_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 14:30:14 +0000

You could use svnsync to push the changes... i.e. make the codeplex
repo a svnsync target, push the changes and then remove the svnsync
properties from rev 0 once your done

2009/2/17 Daniel Doubrovkine <dblock_at_dblock.org>:
> We're open sourcing a project. I am moving it from a private SVN to
> CodePlex. I have no access to either repository server, but I'd like to
> migrate with history. I don't care about revision numbers of future
> synchronization, I just want to replay the changes.
>
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> This looks like: export, add/remove files, commit, repeat for the next
> change.
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> Anybody knows a tool that can do this? Or is it time to write one?
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> Also, I could script this easily if svn export (or something else) actually
> svn-added/deleted the files. Maybe there's a feature hereā€¦
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> Thx
>
> dB.
>
>
>
> -dB.
>
> dblock.org / foodcandy.com
>
>

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