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Re: CVS to SVN mirror

From: Richard Shaw <useofweapons_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-07 19:18:59 CET

Hi Fabi,

Yeah that wouldn't work for added or deleted files which would cause a
headache. The only way I've been able to do it is to wipe the project clean
each time and then do a full import, but that loses all revisions and leaves
me just on the latest iteration.



> If you only update once a day then you won't mind the commits in between,
> just the end result. In that case I'd export from their cvs repo, copy the
> files
> over a local svn working copy and commit this, preferably with their
> commit
> messages which you might get with cvs -r last:new log or something. But
> that won't handle deleted or added files.
> Safest but also most complicated would be a script which reads all the
> necessary info from cvs and reproduces all steps to your local svn.
> bye Fabi
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