It is pretty easy, just download the setup and run it. It installs just
the "base" install by default. I had to do this anyway because the
cvs2svn requirements said you need a GNU "sort" program and that is
included in Cygwin.
I recall that RCS might not have been included in the base install so I
just selected it too.
I then just added the appropriate bin folder with the executables to my
path so that the scripts would find it. Once I did that it all worked
"Christopher Brown" <email@example.com> wrote on 03/12/2004
> Thanks for your help. I'm moving this back onto the "cvs2svn" list (and
> will try to keep the thread there) -- although this message is also on
> main list just to let people who're not subscribed to both know (sorry
> cluttering up mailboxes).
> I'd be interested in knowing how to do a minimal setup of Cygwin to
> this problem (not a general tutorial on Cygwin), if anyone could
> this (hopefully helping others at the same time...).
> - Chris
> From: Mark Phippard
> Sent: 12 March 2004 15:56
> To: Christopher Brown
> Subject: RE: (Newbie) Problems using "cvs2svn" on Windows, with a CVSNT
> I had the exact same problems, including having CVSNT in the path. I
> finally solved it by using the version of RCS you get from Cygwin as
> to the one in the readme.
> Hope this helps.
> "Christopher Brown" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 03/12/2004
> 10:50:56 AM:
> > Solved one problem, hit another...
> > I had CVS in my path before RCS. Put RCS first in the path, that
> > Now, as soon as "pass 4" begins, I'm getting...
> > committing: Thu Feb 12 09:35:17 2004, over 1 seconds
> > adding or changing 1.1 : 'trunk/BUILDING.TXT'
> > Traceback (most recent call last):
> > File "C:\cvs2svn\cvs2svn.py", line 2749, in ?
> > main()
> > File "C:\cvs2svn\cvs2svn.py", line 2745, in main
> > convert(ctx, start_pass=start_pass)
> > File "C:\cvs2svn\cvs2svn.py", line 2581, in convert
> > _passes[i](ctx)
> > File "C:\cvs2svn\cvs2svn.py", line 2504, in pass4
> > c.commit(dumper, ctx, sym_tracker)
> > File "C:\cvs2svn.py", line 2227, in commit
> > ctx.cvs_revnums)
> > File "C:\cvs2svn\cvs2svn.py", line 1319, in add_or_change_path
> > if pipe.close() is not None:
> > IOError: (0, 'Error')
> > Hmm...
> > I'd like to get this to work though, not giving up yet!!!
> > - Chris
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