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Subject: RE: going SVN

RE: going SVN

From: bk <mutualaid_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2006 21:01:30 -0500

On Fri, 2006-12-22 at 02:24 +0200, RaeNye wrote:
> If syncing the SVN with current CVS is easy (scriptwise), I suggest the
> following:
> 1. Setup SVN based on current CVS. No commit access yet, with the exclusion
> of a CVS->SVN sync script run daily (or maybe after each commit).
> 2. Convert scripts to work with SVN one at a time. We can easily compare cvs
> version and svn version of the same script.
> 3. Once we're sure the SVN infrastructure works, give SVN commit access to
> CVS committers and make CVS read-only.

>From what I understand, the initial conversion is not trivial. You could
set up a post-commit hook in CVS that propagates the changeset to the
svn repo (at least in theory) however I'm not sure how difficult that
would be. Daniel's plan seems simpler/less likely to break horribly.

I'm just glad rockbox is moving to svn, regardless of how the changeover
is done.

bk
Received on 2006-12-22


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