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Re: Subversion advocacy

From: Mike Mason <mgm_at_thoughtworks.net>
Date: 2004-01-12 22:35:39 CET

subversion@millenix.mailshell.com wrote:

> Can't comment on the rest of this, but Subversion has been in Beta
> since December 19, 2003. That was the 0.35 milestone release, at which
> point 1.0-stabilization was branched. If you have a look at the status
> page, you'll see that 1.0 release is coming up within a month and a half.
> http://subversion.tigris.org/project_status.html

Ah, thanks for that! I was a little confused since 0.30.0 was rock solid
and things have just got faster and snazzier since then.

> Not too much I can offer there, unless you're using CVS, in which case
> it makes sense to point out cvs2svn.py, the converter tool which
> appears to be continuously maintained.

Part of my pitch does involve that, but it's a bit complicated to go
into here. I'd like to convert a CVS repository which has no branches in
it, and I understand from traffic here that that works fine (although I
will be trying it out myself on a copy of our repository).


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Received on Mon Jan 12 22:36:06 2004

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