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From Rahul P Akolkar <akol...@us.ibm.com>
Subject RE: Subversion migration Was: The "current" directory in taglibs SVN
Date Sun, 26 Jun 2005 01:48:33 GMT
"Tim O'Brien" <tobrien@discursive.com> wrote on 06/25/2005 07:55:37 PM:
> Alright, I took a snapshot from today at noon (GMT-0600) today.
> 
> Here is the result: http://brahe.discursive.com/svn/taglibs/
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Thanks Tim!

Hen - I'm not sure if I need to get back to you, but my latest submissions 
via Sam are in (looks like they made it to Tim's test by 4 minutes). I'm 
good to go.

-Rahul

> 
> There are some misplaced directories "src", but I'd advocate that the
> migration go forward and we do exactly what commons did.  The
> svn:externals decision does look like it makes sense in hindsight.
> 
> Here is the script bundled with cvs2svn-1.2.1:
> http://brahe.discursive.com/taglibs-convert.tgz (~200k)  It takes around
> 20 minutes total to run this whole script, this could be sped up if the
> temporary repositories were fsfs, but 20 minutes for taglibs isn't
> nearly as painful as the four hours it took to migrate commons.
> 
> So, the script to do this requires that you copy
> /home/cvs/jakarta-taglibs and /home/cvs/jakarta-taglibs-sandbox to a
> subdirectory of the script.  What the script does is run cvs2svn on each
> separate component, create a dump from each individual component, and
> load each component's dump file into a unified-svn repository.  At the
> end of the process, you then dump the unified-svn repository and import
> that sucker into the ASF repository.  For commons, I gave Justin this
> set of scripts and he ran them on the ASF machine.
> 
> Note: You'll beed to change /bin/bash to /usr/local/bin/bash on
> cvs.apache.org
> 
> -----
> Tim O'Brien
> tobrien@discursive.com
> (847) 863-7045 
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