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Re: list all tags/branches a for an arbitrary file(s)/dir(s)

From: Konrad Rosenbaum <konrad_at_silmor.de>
Date: 2006-05-03 07:51:51 CEST

On Wednesday 03 May 2006 04:45, Philip M. Gollucci wrote:
> What I need now is to spot check a random set of files to see if the
> tagging/branching/history got created correctly.
> The functionality I'm missing is equivalent to
> cvs log path/to/file
> or
> cvs status -v path/to/file
> This tells me EVERY tag/branch for this file and the "cvs revision" it
> occured on.
> From what I gather on this list archives, and Google, this can not be
> done ?
> How then, do I verify a cvs2svn import ?

Do it the other way around: check that all files are there when you list the

Suppose your project is "smyrk", then cvs2svn will have created this

 -> trunk
 -> branches
  -> all-your-branches
 -> tags
  -> all-your-tags

1) do "svn ls .../smyrk/branches" - check that all the branches are there
2) do "svn ls .../smyrk/branches/randombranch" - check that all the files
are there
3) do "svn log .../smyrk/branches/randombranch" - check that it was copied
from the correct version of trunk
4) do the same for tags


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