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Re: cvs2svn.py fails converting repository with the attached file

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2003-06-27 03:24:32 CEST

With the latest changes to cvs2svn.py I just got through converting a 5.3
GB CVS repository to Subversion. It took about 5.7 hours on a Dual Xeon
1.8 Ghz machine with 80 Gig Ultra ATA drive and 512 Meg memory (1 Gig swap
space). There were a total of 6696 subversion revisions. The resulting
Subversion repository is 4.037 Gig.

Hmmm, that's interesting. It looks like going to Subversion saved over 1
Gig of disk space in the repository.

Except for the problem of having user
names with a space in them, it looks like everything went well as far as I
can tell. I still think there is a problem with the spaces. I looked at
several revisions where those files were being checked in and they showed
up without any changes to the files in the "svn diff" even though they
actually had changes to the files in the CVS repository.

Sounds like we're getting a lot closer!

Thanks Karl (and others) for all the hard work!

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