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From Gerald Richter <rich...@ecos.de>
Subject Re: [NOTICE] Subversion conversion
Date Tue, 16 Nov 2004 04:31:04 GMT
Hi,

>
> It would most likely reside in
>   http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/perl/embperl/
> With the standard trunk/ tags/ branches/ under there
>

ok

> >Embperl repository contains two branches (ep1 for Embperl 1 and main
> > branch for Embperl 2). It would be good to preserve them. There are some
> > other old branches, which could/should be deleted during the conversion.
> >
> >Also my time is limited this week, I can help with the conversion (also
> > the mod_perl part) if desired.
>
> I'll take care of the conversion (well infrastructure will do it) unless
> you want it to happen at a later time.
> This will mean the CVS repository will be locked in read-only mode from
> then on. Okay with that ?
>

That's ok. Just do it. I just wanted to offer my help in case it is needed.

> >Since I only use the modperl-site repositotry as transport for the Embperl
> >website, I can change to use scp to copy the content over. I just have to
> >check that I have the correct access rights.
>
> But you don't want to lose version history of all that stuff, don't you?
> If you feel like it, it could
> simply be imported under
> http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/perl/embperl/site for instance.
>

I don't need the version history of the website. I never have used it. The 
website is anyway auto generated out of the normal Embperl distribution, so 
the history is in the embperl repository anyway.

From my side you can just delete modperl-site repository.

Regards

Gerald


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