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From Henri Yandell <flame...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: SVN migration?
Date Fri, 04 Feb 2005 04:37:43 GMT
Just to add, as far as I know the following are the Tomcat modules:

jakarta-servletapi/ 	  	  	  	 
jakarta-servletapi-4/ 	  	  	  	 
jakarta-servletapi-5/ 
jakarta-tomcat/ 	  	  	  	 
jakarta-tomcat-4.0/ 	  	  	  	 
jakarta-tomcat-5/ 	  	  	  	 
jakarta-tomcat-catalina/ 	  	  	  	 
jakarta-tomcat-connectors/ 	  	  	  	 
jakarta-tomcat-jasper/ 	  	  	  	 
jakarta-tomcat-service/ 	  	  	  	 
jakarta-tomcat-site/ 	  	  	  	 
jakarta-tools/ 

I suspect you'll want to have:

repos/asf/jakarta/servletapi/
and
repos/asf/jakarta/tomcat/

I'm not sure if jakarta-tools is in anyway alive. The times on the
files look very old.

Hen

On Thu, 3 Feb 2005 23:27:43 -0500, Henri Yandell <flamefew@gmail.com> wrote:
> Just wondering if the Tomcat community have any thoughts on a
> migration to Subversion?
> 
> The process seems pretty easy, though Tomcat may be more complicated
> than the usual CVS module. Infra have the process documented at:
> 
> http://www.apache.org/dev/cvs2svn.html
> 
> The Jakarta status is in the wiki at:
> 
> http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta/Migrating_20to_20Subversion
> 
> The aim would be for all the tomcat modules to migrate into
> asf/repos/jakarta/tomcat/ so that we can have a cleaner top-level
> structure to the system, within that though the Tomcat community are
> free to choose whatever strategy fits.
> 
> I've intentionally left Tomcat until last to nudge about this so as to
> build up some experience within Jakarta of dealing with SVN as users
> and as a migration. Some of you are probably already getting to grips
> with svn following the Commons migration.
> 
> Just to provide the context for this, the Infra group are looking to
> move from CVS to SVN in the long term and Jakarta were far and away
> the main laggards in this. In the last month or so, a third of Jakarta
> has moved over, so that's now improving.
> 
> Another question is whether the Tomcat community have any svn
> expertise in terms of planning svn strategies, or whether we should
> try to find some other committers to offer opinions.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Hen
>

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