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Re: Any way to specify Date/Time on commits?

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-05-07 15:28:40 CEST

Toby Johnson wrote:

>>
>>
>> Interesting. I'm actually using a script called "migrate.pl" that is
>> for converting from vss to svn, though I've fixed a few "bugs" in it
>> already. It actually commits changes one rev at a time from each
>> file in vss to svn. I'll have to check to see if it is attempting to
>> set this property. Thanks much for the info!
>
>
> There are two different approaches to this. The one that the included
> Python script does is using creates a dump log and then imports it. I
> found it didn't work well for me. The "migrate.pl" I found worked
> better, but after a certain amount of frustration due to numerous bugs
> in it, I rewrote it from scratch. It pulls the revisions out one at a
> time and commits them.

Please be very, very careful when modifying the revision date!
Subversion revisions /must/ be sorted in date order, which means that
you cannot commit a new revision with an earlier date than the previous one.

-- Brane

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