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svk (svn) to ClearCase

From: Georg <gwk.rko_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2005-11-23 18:52:34 CET

Hi,

I recently created a hack Perl script that collects file changes from ClearCase,
groups them into change sets, and commits them into svn (svk, actually).

Now I neet to tackle the opposite direction, collect changes from svn
and feed them back into ClearCase.

How would I best approach the "collect changes from svn" part? Should I
parse "svn log -v"? Possibly parse "svn log -v -xml"? Should I use the
Perl API of svn?

I am only a mediocre Perl hacker, not an expert by any means. My goal is to
get something useful in short time. It's ok for me if it has caveats.

Could someone please share her or his view on the bests strategy, and provide
pointers to the relevant docs or maybe sample code from similar projects.

Oh, of course I would be happy if someone already solved my problem
and has code ready to use... :-)

--
Regards,
Georg.
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