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Re: [PATCH] cvs2svn into subdirectory of existing repository

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-07-22 21:24:51 CEST

Swen Thuemmler <swen@mediaways.net> writes:

> Yep, I know. But when I convert a CVS repository with cvs2svn.py,
> everything will go into the root of the repository, unless I use Erics
> patch to check it into /trunk or whatever. But then the question is,
> where do branches and tags go, into /branches/... or /trunk/branches/...,
> or wouldn't it be better to have some decent defaults (like /trunk
> /branches and /tags) and some commandline swiches to change these.

Yes, cvs2svn.py will definitely have some sensible defaults when it
starts creating branches and tags, like you suggest. And those
defaults will probably be changeable too.

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