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RE: Providing new version of repository for a check-in

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-08-08 20:48:19 CEST

> From: Aaron Wood [mailto:woody77@gmail.com]
> This seems like something that svn should be able to do somewhat on
> it's own (take a directory structure and just consider that the "new
> revision" of the respository.

svn doesn't do it (because to do it well, you want to detect files that have
been renamed, etc., and doing the job completely may require more than one
commit), but svn_load_dirs.pl does this.

But as someone else noted, you really want cvs2svn, which will convert your
entire CVS history into Subversion history.


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