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Re: Re: Simultaneous use of Subversion and SourceSafe

From: Juan Carlos Becerra Irene <jcarlos10_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-29 16:56:36 CEST

Thank you Paul,

Unfotunately we are not trying to migrate from VSS. We will have to use it
when we release some working code.

Right now what we decided is to use SVN locally, all the team uses
TortoiseSVN as client, and connects to a local SVN server, when we have
something to deliver, we will create a tag and check it in on the VSS
server.

We are using a "special" sandbox (only in one computer) which connects to
both repositories, so the team doesn't get confused using two Source Control
systems.

As I said before, I hope this works :-)

Regards,
Juan Carlos

On 9/29/06, Durden, Paul <Paul.Durden@avocent.com> wrote:
>
> When we migrated from VSS to SVN, we considered using both
> simultaneously, but opted to just create a VSS label and import a
> checkout from that label into SVN. We then set the project read-only in
> VSS to prevent anyone from checking in any changes to VSS.
>
Received on Fri Sep 29 16:57:17 2006

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