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svndumpfilter crash on empty revisions

From: Steven Barbaglia <Steven.Barbaglia_at_sinara.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2017 14:57:02 +0000

I am moving an SVN repository from one third-party remote server to a local one and I would like to remove empty revisions but svndumpfilter keeps crashing. I first loaded the dump from svnradmin into a local repository and dumped it again. I also tried with a dump that just includes the first few revisions, but svndumpfilter keeps crashing. Some of the attempts include:

  svndumpfilter --drop-empty-revs --renumber-revs include / < svnadmin.dump > svndumpfilter.dump
  svndumpfilter include / < svnadmin.dump > svndumpfilter.dump
  svndumpfilter exclude junk < svnadmin.dump > svndumpfilter.dump

I am attaching the dump with just the first few revisions and a crash log.

PS I am using the latest public svn version, 1.9.5 from CollabNet for Windows 64-bit.

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