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Re: svn version in other format

From: sureshkumar nandakumar <suresh1256644_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2011 15:53:10 +0530

Hi Uli,

Thanks for your reply.

Here I am explain my clarification in details.

Our Clients are using Latest SVN in our domain. They are using Red hat
Linux & They are accessing svn repository using Tortoise Client.

They have multiple branches in SVN repository. Each branches They have
around 1000 files.

My question is, Apart from dump command, I would like to take tar of SVN
branch files along with all the reversions.

Why because, we have two version control tools. Subversion is using our
Clients and We are using Base Clearcase which was installed in AIX server.

We have to merge Subversion braches and tags, whatever changes done by
Client, the same changes we needs to be merge with Clearcase.

I have read many article like svn2cc,Clearsvn,CM bridge and Git. All saying
that it is not possible with AIX server installed Clearcase.

And also, we have CollabNet support, I had a call with them, but my bad
luck, they are not familiar to advice.

I did many follow ups, I didn’t get any proper advice. That’s why I am
seeking your advice.

If it is possible please guide me, how can get this done.

If it is not possible, please lead me any other alternate solution.

Please advice to me accordingly……….

 On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 12:29 PM, sureshkumar nandakumar <
suresh1256644_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I need SVN branch all the files along with all the versions in zip or tar
> format.
> I Know using svn dump, we can take svn branch all the files along with
> versions.
> But it can be read only if we load any SVN repository.
> Instead of loading the dump files in some other repository, I want to get
> all the files along with all the version in tar or zip format.
> If I extract tar or zip file in any location which is not related to SVN,
> I should find all the files along with all version.
> Can anyone please advice to me, how can get this done.
> Your advice is more useful to me.
> Regards,
> N.Suresh
Received on 2011-11-09 11:23:46 CET

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