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Re: Using refinecvs to convert a CVS repository with subprojects

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-09-02 00:38:37 CEST

Kevin Brannen wrote:
> Max Bowsher wrote:
> ...
>> Hmm, interesting.
>>
>> You should know that refinecvs was one person's personal project,
>> because they had a strong dislike for Python. As such it lacks the
>> presence of a testsuite, development soak time, and multiple developers
>> looking at the code.
>>
>> Cvs2svn won't actually do what you want either just yet, though.
>>
>> Either do several seperate conversions into several seperate svn
>> respoitories, or do one conversion, and svn mv stuff around.
>
> Or maybe copy your cvsroot to another dir, prune out all but 1
> subproject, convert to svn, remove cvsroot copy. Repeat for each
> subproject.
>
> That should make them look separate. Hopefully you don't have too many
> subprojects. :-)

Err... or just point cvs2svn to each subdirectory in turn, and don't bother
with the complicated shuffle described above.

Max.

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