[Zope-CMF] Re: Moving CMF into SVN

Tres Seaver tseaver at palladion.com
Sun Jul 10 00:04:28 EDT 2005

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Sidnei da Silva wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 09, 2005 at 01:37:07PM +0100, Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
> | I have created a cvs2svn migration test sandbox for CMF on svn.zope.org:
> | 
> | http://svn.zope.org/Sandbox/jens/CMF/
> | 
> | This represents an import from the current state of the CVS  
> | repository. It is looking pretty good, except for one niggle: The  
> | "branch/tag/trunk"-folders don't represent the direct root for the  
> | project files - they all contain a CMF directory which is the root  
> | for the project files.
> | 
> | I found one cvs2svn FAQ (currently unavailable, server is down) that  
> | describes how to create a repository structure as known from  
> | svn.zope.org, where the "trunk", "branches" and "tags" directories  
> | are *inside* the main project directory. The "normal" way of  
> | operation for cvs2svn will create trunk/branches/tags directories at  
> | the very top of the repository and "share" them for all projects in  
> | the repository. However, that FAQ leads to the outcome described  
> | above, which still differs slightly from the other projects on  
> | svn.zope.org.
> | 
> | Please take a look at the svn sandbox and give me your opinions. It  
> | seems that the history is being transferred correctly, just that one  
> | small layout problem remains.
> Can't you just move stuff around after importing? Afaict, 'svn move'
> keeps history.

I thought of that too, but there are a *lot* of tags / branches to fuss
with;  it would probably be best if we could script that.

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