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Re: cvs2svn resume?

From: Michael Haggerty <mhagger_at_alum.mit.edu>
Date: 2007-02-13 11:46:04 CET

Kylo Ginsberg wrote:
> I'm debugging a problem that occurs 8 hours into a cvs2svn conversion
> (roughly 60k commits out of 79k). It would be really handy if I could
> tell cvs2svn to resume processing where it was. Is this possible? (I
> see that you can specify the pass to start on, but all these commits
> are in a single pass; I'd really like it to resume at a particular
> commit ....).

This conversation should really be happening on the cvs2svn mailing
list, but...

No, there is no way to resume cvs2svn within a pass.

You might try running OutputPass with the --dry-run option while you are
debugging; this avoids all output to svn and is thus considerably
faster. But depending on what your error is, --dry-run might hide the
problem.

Michael

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