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Re: testing help

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-09-24 19:53:55 CEST

An sccs2svn converter would be great. I suspect you'll have to do the
majority of the work, but this list is very good about answering
questions quickly, so never hesitate to ask questions (or make
suggestions) here as you're coding. Good luck!


Michael Mounteney <gate02@landcroft.co.uk> writes:
> I read the paper on Subversion with great interest as I am looking around for
> something to replace the ageing SCCS system we are using now, and I saw many
> of the problems in CVS that it identifies.
> Although I don't have much time for programming, I would be very interested
> in adopting and *testing* SVN. Part of this adoption would be my writing an
> SCCS to SVN conversion tool. That's not as straightforward as CVS to SVN as
> SCCS is a per-file version system, but I have a few ideas, like considering
> all files deltaed within two minutes of one another to be of one revision.
> Obviously, SCCS2SVN would be contributed back to the SVN project. It would
> be a Unix script, based on SCCS2RCS --- unless it would be better done
> otherwise; but as it's converting from SCCS which only exists on Unix, it
> doesn't have to be ported to other platforms.
> There are some other details about how we use SCCS here and I have a few
> wishes for SVN but I'll bore you with all that if you're interested in my
> offer.
> Any use ?

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