No, but if you don't have file access to the source repository you can
use svnsync to copy it to a location where you do have access. Then you
can svnadmin dump/filter and load to your desired project location. The
dump/filter/load is a one-time process and has the problems of making
your date ranges non-contiguous and changing the revision numbers of the
imported content that have already been mentioned. But, it does let you
put the project where you want and keep the (renumbered) history of changes.
On 4/29/2011 5:19 PM, List Man wrote:
> Svnsync does not allow the project/sub-directory in this case to be updated in the future, according to what I read. Is this information incorrect? I have never used svnsync before.
> On Apr 28, 2011, at 8:58 AM, Daniel Shahaf wrote:
>> Ulrich Eckhardt wrote on Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 12:27:07 +0200:
>>> On Thursday 28 April 2011, List Man wrote:
>>>> I want to take one project from one repo and put it in a directory under
>>>> another repo. Is it possible to keep the history of said project?
>>> No, not through the client interface, which is what you use for everyday work.
>> *cough* svnsync?
>>> If you have direct access to the repository, you could use e.g. the dumpfilter
>>> tool to change history retrospectively.
Received on 2011-04-30 00:41:01 CEST