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From "Brian. W. Fitzpatrick" <f...@red-bean.com>
Subject Re: Subversion 1.0
Date Thu, 26 Feb 2004 18:13:10 GMT
On Thu, 2004-02-26 at 11:32, Daniel L. Rall wrote:
> Seeing as how there is already a fair amount of tools support available, and 
> with the advent of 1.0 that should turn into a flood, what's the checklist of 
> TODOs to handle before dumping CVS?  Huge improvements over CVS asside, I'd 
> much rather use tools built on top of Aapche software.  The dogfood has 
> arrived, time for chow.

Well, since I've got a local mirror of all the CVS repositories, I'm
taking a shot at converting a few with the goal of:

1. Detecting errors in cvs2svn.py
2. Detecting anomalies in ASF repositories.

FWIW, apr converted cleanly, and I've found one anomaly in httpd-2.0,
although I've fixed that and it's in the process of converting right

Beyond that, I'm suspecting that a lot of the TODOs are going to be
related to the social issues of getting folks to start switching over.  

As for tools support, I think we'll see a lot more motion on the tools
front (e.g. Eclipse support) now that Subversion has hit 1.0.0 and is no
longer a moving target for consumers of its API.


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