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Re: cvs2svn. And so it begins...

From: Justus Pendleton <subversion_at_ryoohki.net>
Date: 2001-07-17 03:37:49 CEST

cmpilato@collab.net writes:

> Other ideas that have been tossed around include a
> using a Perl or Python RCS-parsing module.

You may want to look into vcp, which gets mentioned on the perforce user's
mailing list every now and again. I haven't used it myself but: "vcp (and
the Perl module VCP.pm) is a system for copying resources under version
control from one repository to another, possibly different, repository, or
to/from RevML. Directory trees may be re-rooted, and only particular
changes need be copied (or all can be copied)."

Right now I believe it supports CVS and perforce. If it can already suck in
a CVS repository then you've already got half the work done for you :-)

The module is on CPAN so you can just do

  $ perl -MCPAN -eshell
  cpan> install VCP


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