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The solution was quite simple. This combination did the trick: svn log --search "?REVIEW?" -v The use of [ and ] in the SVN log message caused my search patterns to fail or to result in too many found entries. Since --search supports regex-like wildcards [review] returned all commits containing r, e, v, i or w. Wildcard ? can be used to search for one ...


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First, for your direct question: svn move allows giving URLs in a repository, to avoid the need for a working copy for this one operation. For example, svn mv http://example.com/svn/repo/trunk/path/to/dir http://example.com/svn/repo/trunk/path/to/renameddir -m "renaming poorly named directory" But really, repository size should have basically no impact on ...



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