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weird question

From: Attila BODY <compi-lists_at_freemail.hu>
Date: 2004-06-05 09:05:57 CEST


After subversion cam into 1.0, I switched from vss to svn almost
immediately. Hence there were no useable vss to svn repo converter I
just picked up the latest source tree of all repositories and imported
into svn. Of course the previous history has been lost this way, but i
become able to acces all my sources via http from anywhere.

Today it seems that there is an useable conversion tool and i am
thinking if it would be possible to convert the old vss repo and apply
changes made since the switch to svn

So my question is: is it feasible or not? I think if svn merge allows
merging between different repos then it should be feasible but I am far
from being sure.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,


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Received on Sat Jun 5 09:07:32 2004

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