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Re: SVN Migration

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2009 08:31:57 -0500

On Aug 31, 2009, at 08:22, Fabio Rampazzo Mathias wrote:

> 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

I'm sure svndumptool can do this. If you have difficulties, show us
exactly what commands you tried and what happened.

You could also just "svn mv" things to their right places after the


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