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SVN Migration

From: Fabio Rampazzo Mathias <fmathias_at_lbhc.hcancer.org.br>
Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2009 10:22:44 -0300

Hi people,

I'm going to migrate my SVN repositories but I have an issue.

At this moment, we use a single repository with projects as folders,
and we want to use a single repository to each project.
But, when I load the dump file in the single repo, I get a duplicate
project name.
I mean, at old repository /<project> is a directory and on the new
one, i don't want this folder. When I load it on the single project
repo, i get /<project>/<project>. The first is the repo and the second
is a folder.

How can I strip the first /<project> folder at the dump process ???

I've tried to use svndumpfilter, svndumpfilter2, etc without any success

Fábio Rampazzo Mathias


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