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RE: RE: CVS / Subversion interoperability

From: <Chris.Fouts_at_qimonda.com>
Date: 2006-12-21 20:02:15 CET

this will be an interesting experiment!


        From: Rob van Oostrum [mailto:rob.vanoostrum@blastradius.com]
        Sent: Thursday, December 21, 2006 1:45 PM
        To: Steven Whatmore; subversion users
        Subject: RE: CVS / Subversion interoperability

        Haven't tried this myself ... but ... you could try and
svn:ignore the CVS dirs, and .cvsignore the .svn dirs. That *might*
work. You can use cvs2svn to do the initial migration and ignore/exclude
the CVS dirs in the process.


        Good luck





        From: Steven Whatmore [mailto:Stevenw@sigmasoft.ca]
        Sent: Thursday, December 21, 2006 1:41 PM
        To: subversion users
        Subject: CVS / Subversion interoperability


        Good afternoon,


        I am about to perform a migration to Subversion from CVS and
until the system has been stabilized (operationalized, backup procedures
etc etc), I would like to maintain my source code projects in both CVS &


        Is this possible, in that I can have the same project folder
(locally) managed by both CVS & Subversion, or do the control files or
something else conflict with one another?


        I am using Eclipse as my IDE locally, and would like to make my
codes changes and then check those changes into both my new Subversion
repository and my current CVS repository.


        Steve Whatmore

        Technical Lead Web Development

        Sigma Software Solutions
Received on Thu Dec 21 20:11:04 2006

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