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Re: cvs2svn issues using Windows

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-01-20 22:35:14 CET

Ralf, can you file this as an issue, and put it into the "cvs2svn-opt"
milestone? If you could include your patch there as a full patch
(i.e., unified diff format) that would be great, but the main thing is
to get the issue. Thanks,

-K

Ralf Purnhagen <purnhar@gmx.net> writes:
> i'm trying to migrate my repositories from CVS to SVN on a Windows XP
> machine. After
> installing Python and RCS Tools, i got an error message out of cvs2svn.py
> because
> the rcs version files where nout found.
>
> IMHO this bug appears, because on windows, the default suffix for rcs files
> may not be ,v.
> After explicitly setting the suffix with -x,/ and opening the files binary
> mode, everything
> worked fine.
>
> Change (Line 1068-1069 of cvs2svn.py):
> pipe = os.popen('co -q -x,v/ -p%s %s'
> % (cvs_rev, escape_shell_arg(rcs_file)), 'rb')
>
> Perhaps you could integrate this little fix in the official version?
>
> Regards,
> Ralf
>
>
>
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