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Re: [OT] Re: VSS to SVN migration script

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-05-20 22:48:20 CEST

Nathan Kidd wrote:

> All that info was from a directory's perspective. When doing history
> on a directory you still get info about the files in it. When doing a
> single file's history I get the same results as you.
> BTW, I believe your file-based approach is better. Getting the
> current directory layout from an SS dir, and then populating with the
> history of current files is much easier than trying to retrace through
> the directory's history.
OK, I see what you're saying. I believe, though, that the python script
you refer to tried to build a "dump" file for Subversion to import,
rather than doing live commits to Subversion in the order they
originally occured. So that's probably why the other script took the
directory-based approach.

So, it looks like I still need to account for "branched" and "rolled
back", no big deal. But Steve had encountered the following output while
running my script, which is completely different than anything I

Label: "031013-077p-TY2"
User: Watsone Date: 13/10/03 Time: 2:03p

***************** Version 1 *****************
User: Admin Date: 7/10/03 Time: 5:16p

The separate section about the label is new to me, so I need to see how
it fits in with everything else.

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