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Re: Does cvs2svn work in the absence of branches or tags?

From: Marc Singer <elf_at_buici.com>
Date: 2003-08-30 11:38:45 CEST

On Fri, Aug 29, 2003 at 11:47:54PM -0500, Jay Freeman (saurik) wrote:
> Marc:
> Wouldn't a less kludgy fix be to just unset RCSINIT at the top of the
> script? Are there any settings that the user would forseeably want to
> override for this usage(reading from a CVS repository during an import to
> Subversion)? If the issue really is "people using RCS directly will get
> behavior based on their settings rather than based on what CVS would
> probably have done" then that seems like the best bet to me...

By undefining RCSINIT, you are depending on the default behavior of
the rcs programs. But that isn't what we want. The behavior of CVS
is more clearly defined than that behavior of RCS. Undefining RCSINIT
only means that the environment override is disabled. It is more
correct to explictly declare the desired behavior which is to use the
,v log files. On DOS/Windows, for instance, the default behavior
(used to be) is to use the RCS directory method. Undefining RCSINIT
will not fix the script in that case.


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Received on Sat Aug 30 14:40:02 2003

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