Tag Archives: Subversion

Merge two SVN repositories

There was a point in time when i created a copy of a project and it was then committed into another repository. This as such is not a big problem, but merging those repositories back together while keeping all the complete changes in the history is a challenge. Continue reading

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Subversion via ssh using authorized_keys

When i used subversion in the past i created a separate user on the linux operating system. This user then got the right to login via ssh to use subversion. If you have one or two users to manage that is not a big deal. But when the amount of users is growing … Continue reading

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Change author of SVN commit

What can you do when you have for some reason the wrong author in your SVN commit? This is something that should never happen you might think. But what if it happened? Let me tell you, there is a solution. Continue reading

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Splitting up an SVN repository

When I was creating my SVN repository I was lazy and created just one repository for all my projects. This was easy to administrate and to use; only one repository to configure with user names and passwords, only one URL to remember, … How to split it up now? Continue reading

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