Split repository, keep history

Kamil91
Kamil91
Hi,  I am looking for a possibility to split my repository into more parts and keep the history of it. Is there a way to reach the goal? I found a kind of solution for it, but I am not sure if it’s exactly what I am looking for.    svnadmin dump myRepo > /tmp/myRepo1.dump  Svndumpfilter include myRepo1 --drop-empty-revs --renumber-revs < /tmp/myRepo  Svnadmin create myNextRepo  Svnadmin load myNextRepo < /tmp/myRepo1.dump      Thank you in Advice for hints!    Regards  Kamil.

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orbrey
orbrey
From what I can see you've pretty much got it - that should work fine. There's a pretty in depth article here: http://www.mugo.ca/layout/set/print/Blog/Splitting-a-Subversion-repository-into-multiple-repositories that goes into a lot more detail, though the formatting isn't great - hope it helps though, if you need more detail on it.
willholt627
willholt627

I'm not sure I'm afraid, you'd be better going to IBM and asking them if their product offers Subversion support?  Having said that, if the source is just saved in a folder it'd be easy enough to turn that into a working copy and commit it to a repository - the IBM program would notice no difference, assuming it would ignore the .svn folder that gets created.
 
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