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Re: FW: Re: CVS / Subversion interoperability

From: Nick Stolwijk <nick_stolwijk_at_planet.nl>
Date: 2006-12-27 21:16:04 CET

A quick google scan brought me a svn2cvs hook. After each commit into
svn, the repository will take care to commit the same into the cvs system.

Maybe that's what you're looking for?

http://sam.zoy.org/writings/programming/svn2cvs.html subtitle "The
post-commit hook"

Hth,

Nick S.

Steven Whatmore wrote:
> Season's Greetings
>
> As per the original post, I am planning on using CVS as the master until
> I am confident that everything with Subversion is setup properly,
> functioning as expected and all of the operational items have been taken
> of (ie. BACKUP). Since we have been using CVS for a while all of these
> items have already been taken care of, and thus the original intention
> behind the post.
>
> Since, our first "Subversion" project is going to going to be a small
> team, I (meaning me personally) plan on manually maintaining the project
> source in both repositories, but wanted to streamline this as much as
> possible, using Subversion for daily development activities and then
> checking in the updated source into CVS at the end of the day.
>
> Your solution is pretty much what I expected but just wanted to see if
> anyone else had tried this approach.
>
> Thanks for response.
>
> Whatty
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert Swarbrick [mailto:robert@wombatfs.com]
> Sent: Friday, December 22, 2006 10:29 AM
> Cc: subversion users
> Subject: Re: CVS / Subversion interoperability
>
> I have this working as an initial experiment on my system. Which is fine
>
> for my personal use, but persuading a team to remember to commit to both
>
> repositories at the same time will be awkward.
>
> Getting the initial directory involved having both checked out into two
> separate directories, then physically copying one directory tree on top
> of the other - I couldn't find any other way of persuading either
> Subversion or CVS to do a checkout (to create the CVS / .svn
> directories) when there was already a bunch of files and directories
> existing - "in the way".
>
> Rob
>
> Rob van Oostrum wrote:
>
>> 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
>>
>> R.
>>
>> * 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 &
>> Subversion.
>>
>> 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
>>
>>
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