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Re: changing repo layouts

From: Erick Calder <e_at_arix.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 22:54:34 -0700

On Aug 12, 2009, at 5:00 AM, Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:

> On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 10:25 PM, Erick Calder<e_at_arix.com> wrote:
>> I used cvs2svn to convert my repository and the tool wrote branch,
>> tags and trunk at the top... I'd rather list the projects at the top.
>> is there a way to convert this without having to do it by hand one
>> directory at a time?
>> - e
> It depends on the structure you want. For most projects, it's safer to
> split up multiple projects into multiple repositories. But now that
> you have cvs2svn working, you can follow this step with 'svnsync' or
> other tools to build the structure you wish.

the structure I want is: /project/trunk, /project/tags, /project/
branches. I found the --trunk, --branches and --tags options
available to cvs2svn but from the documentation I could not hope to
figure out how to use these to build what I want...

also, the man page for svnsync is rather useless, as is svnsync
help... there isn't even really a synopsis of what this command is
supposed to do. could you elucidate how I can use it for my purposes?

thx in advance - e


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