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Re: cvs2svn

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-08-01 18:23:45 CEST

Clark Rawlins <clark@bit63.org> writes:
> $cvs2svn/cvs2svn.py -s eureka --create --trunk=trunk --branches=branches
> --tags=tags cvs_repository/
> Error while parsing 'cvs_repository/ANT/src/fe_redwood/make.txt,v':
> branch 1.1.1 already has name 'ANT_COMPONENTS',
> cannot also have name 'avendor'.
> Is this a bug or is it a problem with my misunderstanding of how this is
> supposed to work?

This is a problem in the RCS file make.txt,v. If you look at the
symbolic names header, you will see that branch 1.1.1 has two
different names. Try removing one of them.

If anyone has reason to believe this is a legitimate CVS construct,
please say something. It seems to be quite rare, and I don't see how
it could have been achieved via CVS, which as far as I remember
doesn't permit a branch to be given more than one name. (Tagged
revisions are a different story, of course.)


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