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Hey guys, I have an SVN repo that has over 13,000 revisions and I intend to split the repo at rev 8,000 and archive the previous revisions. The only issue ...
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    Subversion / Trac Question


    Hey guys,

    I have an SVN repo that has over 13,000 revisions and I intend to split the repo at rev 8,000 and archive the previous revisions. The only issue I'm seeing about this is Trac. I currently have Trac on the entire repository, but when I split it I'm sure that Trac will break. Is there a way that I can recover Trac to run on just revision 8,000 and newer?

    I can't find much about this online and I'm hoping that someone here will have some experience with Trac.

    Thanks!

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    Did you try to get help on the Trac mailing list? I am sure you will find more experienced people there with this kind of problems.

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    Subversion with hierarchies

    You can create hierarchies in Subversion. This may help you do what you want to do. I'm not knowledgable about Trac. But hierarchies can break up repositories into nice divisions for archival purposes. I'm recommending two new directories at the root of the repository. Then put the files you want to archive in one and the other files in another.

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