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Re: converting from SVN to CVS

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 11:49:35 -0500

On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 11:41, Spiro Trikaliotis
<usenet-200901_at_spiro.trikaliotis.net> wrote:
>> You should try TortoiseSVN. Then the editor becomes irrelevant.
> I am scripting very much of the process, and these scripts have to run
> on Windows, Linux and xBSD. That's why I stay away from GUIs here.
> @Toby: Thus, Eclipse + Subclipse is not a solution for me, either.

Then script it in Python or Perl, which:

* Have SVN bindings
* Have native versions for all those platforms and more
* Don't require you have Cygwin on Windows to make them work

BTW, there are *native* Win32 console ports of many of the "standard"
*NIX tools, eliminating the need for Cygwin to use things like bash,
grep, sed, awk, etc. for most people.


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