R: cvs2svn creates empty files (0 byte)
Thank you very very much!
I missed that step (I thought rcs was already present in subdirectory
/srcparse, I made some confusion), but after installing rcs and a gnu
version of sort now all is working great.
Thank you again.
Fabio Da Soghe
> Fabio Da Soghe wrote:
> > Hello.
> > We're migrating from CVS to SVN, and we're trying to use the
> > cvs2svn.py script to do the job. We have downloaded the source
> > distribution (URL
> > http://svn.collab.net/tarballs/subversion-0.32.1.tar.gz) which
> > contains the cvs2svn package, and we're launching it with Python
> > 2.3.2 for Windows (we're doing the conversion on Windows XP SP1).
> > All seems to work perfectly, but when we checkout the new SVN
> > repository, all files are empty! The dir structure is correct, with
> > tags and branches, but no one file contains any data.
> > I've searched on this mailing list but I've not found any
> issue about
> > our problem. Has someone any clue? Is the distribution we're using
> > broken in any way? Or cannot it be used on Windows?
> Sounds like you don't have rcs installed. cvs2svn uses rcs to
> extract file
> If you are running cvs2svn on Windows, you should verify it's
> output very
> carefully with respect to line-endings and binary files. That
> aspect of it's
> operation has not been tested much at all.
Received on Mon Nov 10 12:09:57 2003
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