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RE: CVS to SVN migration

From: nikhil gupta <ng_g20_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-25 15:08:25 CEST

Thanks Andy for your reply...
Using the following in the command prompt solved the problem:
c:\> python cvs2svn

Date: Fri, 25 May 2007 07:14:07 -0400From: andy.levy@gmail.comTo: ng_g20@hotmail.comCC: users@subversion.tigris.orgSubject: Re: CVS to SVN migration
On 5/25/07, nikhil gupta <ng_g20@hotmail.com> wrote:

Hi All, We are ready to move from CVS to SVN. The only thing now left is how to migrate. We are on CVSNT. As per my knowledge, CVS2SVN does not work for CVSNT. We want to keep the history also. So I do not want to simply import & then checkin to SVN. Is there any way that we can achieve this? Also, I tried to use cvs2svn but was not able to get that working in windows. It simply does not recognize the utility. Is there any installer available for windows. I was not able to find that on Google.
cvs2svn is a Python script (at least in part), and depends upon other utilities which are almost always available on *NIX but never found on a default Windows setup. See http://cvs2svn.tigris.org/cvs2svn.html#reqs - it should give you enough information to get the script running on Windows.
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