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Re: svn Dump/filter/load question

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 07:17:32 -0500

On Mar 27, 2009, at 06:50, Andrew Lucas wrote:

> I am wondering if there is a way to dump a repository sub-tree and
> restore it back into an existing repository (maintaining history,
> etc).
> Say I have a tree in repository A:
> /tag/label/blah
> And I want to just copy off the /blah part and then load it back into
> another repository B under say again
> /tag/blah
> I know I can use the svndumpfilter to pull out just the /tag/label/
> blah
> but when I go to load it back it wants to put it in as /tag/label/blah
> but a) can't if /tag/label/blah already exists in the new
> repository and
> b) I don't see a way to put it back as just /tag/blah as intended.
> Am I missing some nice simple way to do this?
> Is there a way to do a dump from /tag/label/blah to a file that will
> load into /tag/blah? (or any other tree specified?)

svndumptool may be able to help with this.


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