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Re: cvs2svn trunk directory

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-12-14 14:50:16 CET

Jason Mills wrote:
> I'm starting to port my CVS repositories over to SVN using cvs2svn.py.

cvs2svn has its own seperate mailing lists.
See http://cvs2svn.tigris.org

> The port works fine, except for one wrinkle.
> By default, if I port a module from CVS to SVN, the module is added as:
> module/trunk
> I don't want the "trunk" directory created. I tried using the --trunk
> option, but that only allows me to rename trunk to some other name other
> then trunk, I'm still required to create a subdirectory in "module". I
> have two solutions so far:
> 1. Create module/trunk, then move files from trunk to module, and delete
> module.
> 2. Organize my repository differently in SVN, namely module/someSubDir.
> Does anyone have suggestions?

Do none of your modules have tags and branches?
Or, what are you doing with the tags/branches dirs?

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