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Copying a CVS repository

From: Bob Miller <kbob_at_jogger-egg.com>
Date: 2000-09-22 17:59:29 CEST

To work on cvs2svn, I'm going to need a CVS repository or three to
test on. While I can create trivial repositories, it'd be a real good
idea to have some nontrivial, real world repositories to muck with.

I have a fairly slow network link (128 kb/s), so I don't want to do
all my testing across the net.

So, my questions:

     1. Is there a way to import an entire CVS repository using CVS?

     2. If not, are there CVS repositories out there that are also
        publicly readable via FTP, rsync, or whatever?

     3. If not, would anybody like to tar up and mail me a repository?
        (Don't group-reply... (-: )

     4. What projects have the heaviest, gnarliest, ugliest CVS usage
        out there? (Not sheer size, but use of features)?

Thanks.

-- 
                                        K<bob>
kbob_at_jogger-egg.com, http://www.jogger-egg.com/
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:08 2006

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