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RE: Vss2Svn report

From: Daniel F Garcia <dgarcia_at_kobold.com.au>
Date: 2004-05-20 11:15:14 CEST

Anything away from VSS has got to be a good move. Although VSS isn't too bad
* You don't have more than one user; and
* you don't have more than one project; and
* you don't have more than one version; and
* you don't have more than one file; and
* you back up often

-----Original Message-----
From: Mladen Mihajlovic [H] [mailto:mladen@hixnet.co.za]
Sent: Thursday, 20 May 2004 7:10 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Vss2Svn report


Thanks so much for the conversion tool, it is brilliant!

A couple of things I have found after using it. Please keep in mind that I
have never used Perl before and am a Windows user. I downloaded ActivePerl
and installed that first.

1. I got the error "Could not open user init file k:/users/operable program
or batch file./ss.ini at C:\Subversion\Vss2Svn\vss2svn.pl line 436" which,
after much trying and testing, got fixed when I added the VSS path to my
environment path variable.
2. Date conversion does not seem to be taking local information (regional
settings) into account as all my commits now have dates ranging from 2005 to
2029 ;)

Other than that it worked perfectly, although slowly.

Thanks again
Mladen Mihajlovic

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