From: Slusser, Ted <ted.slusser_at_Vanderbilt.Edu>
Date: 2007-04-20 18:40:47 CEST
My apologies if this is not the correct mailing list and please someone point me in the right direction.
My question is about running cvs2svn and having a very high count of revisions in my svn repository after the program finishes. When I read the documentation it says that cvs2svn will try to group commits around a given time to a subversion changeset. But it appears that it is creating a changeset for each file change in the cvs source repository. I end up with ~16k revisions in my new svn repository.
I have tried different settings but cannot get this to work properly. I am running against a copy of the “real” cvs repository and the file system timestamps are all pretty much the same. However, inside each *,v file it contains the actual commit timestamps.
Shouldn’t cvs2svn be looking at these actual commit timestamps and generating svn changesets from them?
Thanks in advance,
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