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From Mathias Bauer <>
Subject Re: single repository status
Date Sat, 09 Jul 2011 11:16:16 GMT
Hi Greg,

you gave reenabled "sbclean": the only difference to ooo340 it contains
are some masterfixes on the dev300 code line that are in ooo340 anyway
(otherwise the code couldn't have been built). That's the reason why I
left it disabled. We can remove it from the list.

There may be some other cws that contain these masterfixes, that's
something we have to deal with later.


On 09.07.2011 07:57, Greg Stein wrote:

> Hi all,
> I borrowed some space on some ASF equipment and used the
> '' script to pull down all of the CWS repositories (in
> addition to the OOO340 and master_l10n/OOO340 repositories). This
> consumed 77 Gb of disk space.
> The script has been updated with all my fixes to make
> this happen, and the cws-list.txt file has been updated to reflect all
> CWSs that have actual content beyond OOO340.
> I have updated to do a basic combination of the
> repositories. This produces a 2.7 Gb repository.
> However! The single-hg script does not apply any tags/bookmarks for
> the heads introduced by the pulls from the CWS repositories.
> Originally, I thought to apply bookmarks, but ... meh. We can just
> apply tags. It isn't like we are going to push to the repository and
> need the bookmark to float with the changes. So the next step is to
> update single-hg to apply the appropriate tags. At that point, I will
> publish a bundle so that most people can skip all the above steps and
> start playing with the repository that will feed into the next step
> (convert to svn).
> Once the tags are properly marked, then we can start testing the
> conversion to Subversion. Please note, however: the hg conversion
> script does *not* process tags. We will have to write that. We will
> also have to somehow manage construction of branches. We may also have
> to update the conversion tool to properly handle the "merge"
> changesets that Hg records.
> In the single repository that I constructed, there are 102 heads. I
> believe these will become branches.
> We will need a script to take the single repository as input, and run
> the conversion process. I think there will multiple inputs to that
> process, so there will be additional input files to coordinate and
> drive the conversion. All of this should be placed into the tools/dev/
> directory. Help is wanted!
> Cheers,
> -g

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