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Re: converting a CVS working directory to SVN

From: Fabian Cenedese <Cenedese_at_indel.ch>
Date: 2005-09-27 09:14:20 CEST

> >> remember a description somewhere that shows how to take a user's
> >> CVS working directory (possibly with changes in it) and turn it
> >> into a SVN working directory (with the not yet checked in
> >> modifications preserved). But it's not as simple as just saying
> >> "svn co".
> Ryan> http://svn.haxx.se/users/archive-2005-08/0820.shtml
>So in fact I *was* dreaming, because I dreamt of something far
>simpler. :-)
>Would it make sense for "svn update" to do this, perhaps with a
>switch? Or is this a sufficiently obscure need that the manual way,
>or perhaps that way plus a bit of script magic, is "good enough"?

What about creating a patch from cvs and apply that to a normal
svn checkout? Provided that the files are similar enough...

bye Fabi

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