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rsvndump

rsvndump is a command line tool that is able to dump a subversion repository that resides on a remote server. All data is dumped in the format that can be read/written by svnadmin, so the data produced by rsvndump can easily be imported into a new subversion repository.

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  •  14 May 2012 20:58

    Release Notes: The version path and property storages have been redesigned, resulting in a notable speedup for certain use cases. An issue that could have led to unloadable dumps when dumping subdirectories has been resolved.

    •  11 Mar 2012 21:14

      Release Notes: This release fixes two bugs that could cause invalid dump output. The first one occurred when directories were copied that were once created by a replace option; the second one occurred during copy operations that also involved modifications on subdirectories in a single revision.

      •  20 Nov 2011 23:38

        Release Notes: This version fixes possibly invalid dump output when run with --keep-revnums. The --dry-run and --obfuscate command line flags have been added to ease the submission of dumps for bug reports.

        •  15 Jul 2011 19:29

          Release Notes: This release includes performance improvements for revision range determination and path hash calculations. A bug that could cause unloadable dumps under certain conditions as well as a possible segmentation fault have been fixed. The CodeBlocks project file for Compilation on Windows has been fixed.

          •  02 Mar 2011 23:05

            Release Notes: This release fixes a bug introduced in 0.5.3 that could lead to crashes when dumping a subdirectory. Additionally, performance issues caused by unnecessary stats for copied revisions have been fixed.

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