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cvs2svn and renamed files

From: Urs Thuermann <urs_at_isnogud.escape.de>
Date: 2006-06-08 09:35:36 CEST

I have converted a CVS repository to SVN using cvs2svn and things
worked like expected. Only one additional feature would be really
nice to have: In the CVS repository I have renamed a file like this

    mv foo bar; cvs rm foo; cvs add bar

Of course, bar revision numbers start at 1.1 and in cvs log bar, I
don't see the log messages for foo. Unlike with SVN, where

    svn mv foo bar; svn log bar

will show the whole history of the file. When converting with
cvs2svn, the files foo and bar are not connected in the new
repository. I would be nice to be able to tell cvs2svn, that I have
renamed foo to bar in some specific revision, so that it can use this
SVN feature in the newly created repository. Is there a way to
achieve this?


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