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Re: Importing cvs folder to an existing subversion repository

From: Michael Haggerty <mhagger_at_alum.mit.edu>
Date: 2007-05-03 23:27:14 CEST

Bruce Wilson wrote:
> Srivi Ramanan wrote:
>> I know how to move from cvs tor svn by creating a new svn repository.
>> But, I would like to know how to import a particular folder from cvs
>> to an existing svn repository.
> Seems like the simple way is to first move to a new temporary
> repository. Then dump the temp repository and load it to your existing
> (main) repository. A couple of extra steps, but it has the advantage of
> being simple to understand.

This is described in the cvs2svn FAQ. You can use cvs2svn's --dumpfile
option to skip the step of creating a temporary repository.


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