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Old 11-11-2009
Problem with accessing subversion installed on unix server through windows GUI

We are using subversion as a version control system in our project. We are connecting to client`s sun Solaris box through check point VPN. Client has installed subversion .
We have created repository and add files to it. Now we want to access the same from our windows machine (through tortoise svn client). Is it possible?

Also the client team want to access the svn through GUI (From Windows using tortoise client ) in their local network. if it is possible what will be URL for the same?
Can we know in what way the subversion has been installed (plain svn serve or through apache http server).



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SVN-ALL-FAST-EXPORT(1)					      General Commands Manual					    SVN-ALL-FAST-EXPORT(1)

NAME
svn-all-fast-export - tool to convert svn repositories into git SYNOPSIS
svn-all-fast-export [options] [Path to subversion repository] DESCRIPTION
svn-all-fast-export is a tool to convert your svn repositories to git. You will need to have a copy of your svn repository and to write some rules to specify how the conversion will be done, for instance, you can manage how the tags and branches will be managed writing the appropriate rules. You have examples in /usr/share/doc/svn-all-fast- export/samples Path to subversion repository is a backup copy of the subversion repository. Note that an svn url will not work due to the undistributed nature of svn. OPTIONS
--identity-map Provide map between svn username and email. You can provide a file mapping the old svn accounts to the authors names. This file must have a line per each svn account, you can use either the svn-all-fast-export native format: janesvnaccountname Jane Doe <jane.doe@example.com> or the git-svn format: janesvnaccountname = Jane Doe <jane.doe@example.com> --revisions-file Provide a file with revisions numbers that should be processed. This file should have one revision number per line. --rules The rules file that determines what goes where. See /usr/share/doc/svn-all-fast-export/samples --add-metadata If passed, each git commit will have svn commit info. --resume-from Start importing at svn revision number. --max-rev Stop importing at svn revision number. --dry-run Don't actually write anything. --debug-rules Print what rule is being used for each file. --commit-interval number If passed the cache will be flushed to git every number of commits. --stats After a run, print some statistics. --svn-branches Use the content of SVN when creating branches, Note: SVN tags are branches as well. -h, --help Show summary of options. -v, --version Show version of program. RETURN VALUES
This program returns 0 on success, on error something else (numbers in base 10): 10 unrecognized option or missing argument 11 no rules file specified BUGS
All matching rules need to end with a '/', else the tool will crash at some point. The only exception are the rules using the recurse- action. HOMEPAGE
http://gitorious.org/svn2git SEE ALSO
http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/MoveToGit/UsingSvn2Git AUTHORS
svn-all-fast-export was written by Thiago Macieira and Thomas Zander. April 25, 2010 SVN-ALL-FAST-EXPORT(1)

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