[Dev] CVS to Subversion move plan
bear at code-bear.com
Wed Apr 20 08:56:26 PDT 2005
That is the method I am testing right now - what I did was find out
what reports bonsai receives from cvs to populate the back-end database
and I've gathered the various svnlook commands to generate that
information. My test scripts currently generate a bonsai compatible
email for about 80% and with some of the pointers you just gave I may
be able to get to 100%
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On Apr 20, 2005, at 12:53 AM, S.Ramaswamy S wrote:
> On 4/20/05, Heikki Toivonen <heikki at osafoundation.org> wrote:
>> Right now it seems that the only thing blocking our move to Subversion
>> is SVN Bonsai. We have an SVN Bonsai sprint coming up April 25-27,
>> the goal is to finish it, or at least get it to a state where we can
>> install it and start using it at OSAF.
> I took a look at Bonsai to check out its capabilities - looks like
> most of what it does in terms of reporting logs can be done with 'svn
> log' . You can use svn log with without a working copy as well and
> viewcvs does a reasonable job of listing svn log messages; svnadmin,
> and svnlook also complement the svn command set's capabilities in
> significant ways . Are you primarily looking for a GUI interface to
> svn log , svnadmin, and svnlook ?
>> It seems like we should be able to migrate in the beginning of May,
>> which coincides with the official beginning of the 0.5.03 milestone
>> Once we have migrated, it will be easy to move directories and code
>> around and still maintain history.
>> PS. Philippe and Lisa, I think I got confused with 0.5.03 and 0.5.04
>> this actually places the move earlier than I was talking about.
>> Heikki Toivonen
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