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Re: repository split

From: Vadym Chepkov <vchepkov_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 27 Jun 2009 08:12:35 -0400

This just looks like simple 'svn move' after load, not much of a
reason to justify svndumtool usage.

I tried sed solution and it worked as a charm. Thank you.

On Jun 27, 2009, at 1:10 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> On Jun 26, 2009, at 17:21, Jason Malinowski wrote:
>> Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>> A subversion dump is a binary file, and editing it with sed is not a
>>> good idea. You should use a tool that has been designed to edit
>>> dumpfiles, like svndumpfilter or svndumptool.
>> I would normally agree, but in this case there is no such tool that I
>> know of. And sed is (in my opinion) more likely to not munge
>> anything as
>> compared to doing a find/replace with a text editor. But I believe
>> the
>> dumpfile hashes the content of files and props, and thus if sed
>> accidentally modifies any of those it will show up when loading. If
>> memory serves I tested this to confirm it, but I make no guarantees.
> svndumptool's perhaps-not-obviously-named "merge" command should be
> able to do this. See the "Moving things around" section under the
> "Some tips" section in the readme.
> http://svn.borg.ch/svndumptool/0.5.0/README.txt


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