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From "Mark Womack" <mwom...@apache.org>
Subject Re: CVS -> SVN Migration Status
Date Tue, 04 Oct 2005 04:33:11 GMT
Henri, et al,

I believe we are good to go for the migration, with the following changes:

logging-sandbox : Move the existing cvs dirs into a "log4j" subdir.

logging-site : We need the branches and tags moved over from the cvs repo. 
Also, please double check the settings on this repo as I could only checkout 
using http, not https.  No one else seemed to have this issue, just me.

You had also previously mentioned something about a "core" repo yet to be 
converted.  I don't know what that one is.

Let us know what the next steps will be.  With the above, we are ready to go 

much appreciated,

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mark Womack" <mwomack@apache.org>
To: "Logging General" <general@logging.apache.org>; <bayard@apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2005 8:31 PM
Subject: CVS -> SVN Migration Status

> chainsaw - Build process verified (Scott)
> log4jcxx - Repository reviewed, still need to verify the build process 
> (Curt todo).
> log4j - Build process for the head and the 1_2branch verified for the 
> classes/jars.  Still need to verify the dist builds which are dependent on 
> the logging-site repository (see below). (Mark)
> log4net - Build process verified (Nicko)
> sandbox - Build process verified.  But when we move it for real we want to 
> move the current code into a sandbox/log4j subdir if we can.  If not, then 
> we'll just do it manually after the migration.  The sandbox will be shared 
> by all of the subprojects. (Mark)
> site - I still cannot check out the site.  Is anyone else encountering 
> this, or is it just me?  My cygwin svn command line client works fine with 
> all of the other repositories except for logging-site.  I'll try a 
> different client tomorrow evening.
> Thanks everyone.  With hurricane Rita bearing down on Curt's location we 
> may be delayed in completing the entire migration.  But we are almost 
> there and things are looking good (except for Rita, of course).
> -Mark

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