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how can I merge 2 SVN repositories

Posted on 2011-09-12
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We  have 2 SVN repositories X and  Y  which belong to the same project.

Repository-X
   Branch1
Repository -Y
   Branch2

We actually want to combine these 2 repositories and merge them into 1 repository. We also want to keep the earlier revision history of both these repositotries.
so the result will look like this :
 
Repository-A
   Branch1
   Branch2

Presently we are using Visual SVN 2.1.3

Please suggest us some way to merge these 2 repositories in one repository.

Thanks
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Very good solution to merge 2 repositories. Thanks for sending us the link
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