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Re: Syncing with a CVS checkout

From: Florian Weimer <fw_at_deneb.enyo.de>
Date: 2004-04-23 10:20:44 CEST

Lele Gaifax <lele@nautilus.homeip.net> writes:

> Florian, I do not understand what exactly you need, but I wrote `this
> tool`_ that lets me keep in sync 3rd party software (kept under CVS
> upstream) with my own SVN repository of the stuff. Now and then, I
> run "cvsync.py" that performs a "cvs update", distill the changes,
> eventually does a "cvs log" on each, does the needed "svn add"/"svn
> remove" and then goes for a "svn commit -m collected-logs".
> .. _this tool: http://nautilus.homeip.net/~lele/cvsync.tar.gz

Thanks, this is almost what I want. 8-)

I'll probably remove the log extraction (I don't need it for projects
which follow a rigid ChangeLog policy), and I might separate the
Subversion and CVS checkouts. But your script is still a good
starting point.

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