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Re: vss2svn version 0.2 released

From: Jonathan Wheelhouse <Jonathan.Wheelhouse_at_ampcapital.com>
Date: 2004-06-03 01:29:11 CEST

Toby Johnson <toby@etjohnson.us>@SMTP@WWW wrote on 03/06/2004 06:41:05:

> I have just released version 0.2 of my vss2svn project at
> http://vss2svn.tigris.org, under "Documents and Files". This version
> makes use of the SQLite library (via DBD::SQLite) as suggested by Mladen
> Mihajlovic on this list. This version should scale *much* better than
> the one which was using temporary files and in-memory hashes.
> I have also included a statically-linked, Win32 compiled version so you
> don't have to download Perl or any other modules. Just download the exe
> and run it. I'd be interested to hear reports from users with a much
> larger VSS database than mine.

This is great; we're moving from vss to svn. I've quickly browsed through
the script source and noticed that Apache appears to be required. How would
the script go with svnserve rather than Apache?


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