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Re: CVS to SVN Repository info

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-07-08 11:07:05 CEST

Patrick Nelson wrote:
> FC1 SVN-1.0.5
> One of the things that we did with CVS was use the version tag that is
> issued with a check in.

"version tag that is issued with a check in"?

Do you mean the per-file revision numbers of files that are checked in?

> This did an auto versioning for us that we
> liked and have gotten use to (MOC stuff here). I understand that SVN
> does repos level versioning which I'm not sure how to do a best practice
> with.
> I've used the basic migration script:
> cvs2svn.py -s <path2svnrepos>/sql <path2cvsrepos>/sql/
> and this creates the <path2repos>/sql with trunk, branches, and tags
> subdirs. And then under each of these is the specific project subdirs.
> However, this removes any use of the SVN revision number like the CVS
> revision number could be used.

I do not understand why this is the case. Please explain in exactly what way subversion's global revision number is not fulfilling
your needs.


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