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From Niclas Hedhman <nic...@hedhman.org>
Subject Re: SVN Migration?
Date Wed, 20 Jul 2005 20:01:35 GMT
On Thursday 21 July 2005 02:38, Mark Womack wrote:
> Here is a link I dug up.  I guess we should check with infrastructure to
> see how up to date it is.
> http://apache.org/dev/cvs2svn.html

It is very up to date.

For the Logging Service project to make the minimum impact on Infra@ at the 
moment, I would recommend that a "flat" conversion of each of the CVS repos 
are made, and then move stuff around after the fact.

You will get a repo at /repos/asf/logging as the root node, so suggest that 
each of the CVS repos is placed under there with the current names, and with 
the ttb (trunk/tags/branches) under each of those.

A simple request that the "logging-" prefix is dropped is no big deal, and 
accommodated without any reflections.

That will sure be appreciated. There exist other easy-to-convert scenarios, 
but I don't know which those guys like the best. (other than above).

I also see that they now recommend that the dry-run into /repos/test happens 
in one shot with the real thing. (This wasn't the case a year ago.)

Please note the big warning about binary files. This needs to be attended to 
asap, but should already have shown its ugly face.


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