[h323plus] Repository conversion
s.horne at spranto.com
Thu Nov 14 10:06:16 EST 2013
I would agree with Jan as we are the two main contributors to h323plus and
GnuGk it would probably not be worth the effort.
If we were to start over as a fresh project then we would probably go with
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[mailto:h323plus-bounces at lists.packetizer.com] On Behalf Of Jan Willamowius
Sent: 15 November 2013 00:24
To: h323plus at lists.packetizer.com
Subject: Re: [h323plus] Repository conversion
personally, I don't really see much gain in a conversion to SVN.
For a fresh project I'd probably use something modern like git, but for
H323Plus (and GnuGk) I don't think the conversion is with the effort.
Just my 5 cents,
Jan Willamowius, jan at willamowius.de, http://www.gnugk.org/
Francisco Olarte wrote:
> Hello everybody.
> After getting frustated with MY inability to view 'changesets' in the
> CVS repository for h323plus I decided to give cvs2svn a try, just to
> see how it came out.
> I've done a rsync dump of the 59Mb cvs repo at sourceforce and did a
> plain 'cvs2svn --encoding=latin_1', which seems seems to came out
> nicely. I can to be comming out nicely, it generated a trunk, a
> pboolean branch and several tags:
> ~/conv$ svn list file:///home/folarte/conv/h323plus-svn/branches
> ~/conv$ svn list file:///home/folarte/conv/h323plus-svn/tags
> ~/conv$ svn list file:///home/folarte/conv/h323plus-svn/trunk
> As it is it serves my needs ( helping me see related files for
> backporting things into releases, and given the time it took I can ),
> but, as I think developers must be somehow familiar with subversion, (
> as ptlib and lots of other projects use it ) I wonder if someone will
> be interested in converting the main repo. In this case I can try to
> build and tune a conversion script for better processing of things
> like the CVSROOT scripts and build a svn dump which could be tested
> and, if desired, imported.
> Francisco Olarte
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