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Re: cvs2svn and renamed files

From: Bhuvaneswaran <bhuvan_at_ubuntu.com>
Date: 2006-06-08 10:20:41 CEST

> 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

The move happens at the filesystem level. The "foo" file is removed
and "bar" file is added. The CVS does not link these two files.

> 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

If you expect similar behaviour (ie.. you are not bothered about
history) in svn, you can do this:

 $ cp foo bar; svn rm foo; svn add bar

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