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Re: RCS to svn

From: Karl Heinz Marbaise <khmarbaise_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2005-12-22 17:51:25 CET

  Hi Marcus,

sorry for private mail..instead of a mailing list mail...

> Hi group,
>
> I have an older, small project consisting of a couple of
> rcs files (foo,v). How can I migrate them to subversion?
You have to checkout (co -l foo,v) the files into a directory
and put the directory under control of SVN.

May be you have more than one file then put them together into
a directory.
Do you have Tags done using RCS? Yes than checkout all files
with the same tag (co -lTAGNAME *,v) and put this into one directory or
may be more and import this into SVN.

The problem with RCS is that your files are separatley and have their
individual revision instead of one for all files. You have to make a
decision which file revisions are needed in the Subversion repos.

May be you can make a quick solving and just checkout the latest
revision and import all files into subversion...

Kind regargs
Karl Heinz Marbaise

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