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From John Adams <jxad...@ualr.edu>
Subject Re: Moving repositories up a level
Date Fri, 06 Jun 2014 21:41:27 GMT
Come to think of it, I should specify that I'm moving a repository formerly
like this:

     http://svn.server.example.com/dev/APP

to

     http://svn.server.example.com/dev/APP

when the file system is

     /data/svn/repos/dev #contains APP, APP1, APP2, app cetera

and is now to look like

     /data/svn/repos/APP # soon to be followed by APP1, APP2, and so on

so eventually we can rm -rf /data/svn/repos/dev


On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 4:21 PM, John Adams <jxadams@ualr.edu> wrote:

>      In particular, what do I do with entries like this in a DELETE
> statement?
>
> Node-path: APPLICATION
> Node-action: delete
> Content-length: 0
>
>      There's no additional Node-path entry to locate the file to be
> deleted. Is that just set by the import?
>
>
>
> On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 4:05 PM, John Adams <jxadams@ualr.edu> wrote:
>
>> Hi, folks,
>>
>>      I've been asked to move some repositories up to root level.
>>
>>      At first, I thought this was fairly simple--dump the repositories,
>> edit the dump move them back in. Then I realized I wasn't sure what to do
>> with this entry in the dump:
>>
>>
>> Node-path: APPLICATION
>> Node-action: add
>> Node-kind: dir
>> Prop-content-length: 10
>> Content-length: 10
>>
>> PROPS-END
>>
>>      The entries like this I just edit APPLICATION/ out of:
>>
>> Node-path: APPLICATION/branches
>> Node-action: add
>> Node-kind: dir
>> Prop-content-length: 10
>> Content-length: 10
>>
>> PROPS-END
>>
>>      And the lines like this get the same treatment:
>>
>> ARGOS/tags/something.exe
>>
>>      But what about that top one? Do I just remove it--the whole
>> enchilada, from Node-path: to PROPS-END--in all cases? Or not? And if not,
>> what do I do? And how do I tell the difference?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>>      John A
>>
>
>

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