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Using subversion alongside SourceForge using svn2cvs

From: David C.M. Weber <david.weber_at_backbonesecurity.com>
Date: 2005-04-05 16:14:34 CEST

I've got a project that I've been developing off and on (currently I'm
off, due to a dead computer :-/ ), and I decided that it would be a good
idea to potentially list it on sourceforge.

To that end, I have a project started, but I'm using subversion as my
revision control.

My first intent was to make the SourceForge CVS repository either have
snapshots of my source tree, or just use it as a release mechanism
(e.g.: post source & binary downloads on the site, and that's it)

However, I just ran across svn2cvs, and I've read that you can use it as
a post-commit hook. As usual w/ OSS, documentation is sparse. I was
just wondering if anyone had any experience w/ this tool, and/or this is
a semi-common occurance. Any suggestions/tutorials out there to get me

Thanks for the assistance!

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