Copy from a repository to another repository

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marcelo
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Copy from a repository to another repository

Postby marcelo » Tue Aug 23, 2005 12:56 pm

Hello

i need to copy from a repository to another repository.
my profile isn´t root on svn-linux. Then a have some permissions.
I read in anywhere that the drag&drop is possible,
can anybody help me ?.
Thanks in advanced.

Marcelo

dobisekm
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Postby dobisekm » Wed Aug 24, 2005 7:27 am

Hi Marcelo,

your question is probably not related to SVNBrowser, because it is just a web application for SVN Repository content browsing, not for modifications.

However, if you want to copy files from one repository to another, you should first export the files from the first repository and then import them to the other one. You can do it using command line client or e.g. Tortoise. File history will be lost by such s copy.

If you want to copy the whole repository to another one (including history), then you can use svnadmin command to create the dump file and thento import this dump file into the other repository. To do this, you need direct access to the repository files (e.g. no http:..).

Hope this helps,

Michal Dobisek, Polarion Team


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