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Re: [Issue 1408] - cvs2svn.py error: No origin records for branch 'avendor'.

From: Florian Schulze <florian.proff.schulze_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-07-12 10:20:27 CEST

On Sat, 12 Jul 2003 10:10:04 +0200, Florian Schulze
<florian.proff.schulze@gmx.net> wrote:

> Ok, this seems to be the problem, but how do I fix it? Are there any
> tools to fix such things in cvs repositories? If not maybe an option to
> ignore certain tags or branches would be nice. In this case I would
> ignore "avendor" I guess.

I just added a return in set_branch_name instead of the sys.exit(1) and now
it chokes on "vendor". I also have another cvs repository where the same
happens and there I'm quite sure it's a legal repository. The thing I did
is a vendor branch, maybe cvs2svn.py has problems with that? I followed the
guidelines in the cvsbook on how to track third party sources. I don't know
why this is the case in the first repository though, maybe I did something
wrong back when I started it.


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