Importing Multiple Repositories With Versions?

We just signed up with OnDemand and are looking to import our code into SVN to give us all of the fancy integration we are looking for. We have multiple projects setup in our system (we are a mobile app dev shop), so they look something like this:

/svn/ANDROID/

/svn/iOS/

/svn/MOBWEB/

/svn/SERVER/

However, according to this page (https://confluence.atlassian.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=253231640), we only get to import one project with version history.

Can that really be true or is it that in each project, I can import version history once?

Thanks!

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It is best to import the Subversion repository in one go, as documented in https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/AOD/Importing+Versioned+Data+into+Subversion. Please note that you will need to restructure the SVN repository before dumping and importing, as outlined in step 3.

The documentation that you pointed out is applicable for importing some projects at the later stage.

That's what we thought. I just can't believe that importing source into one Project destroys version history in another. Seems like a bug, not a feature...

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