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Re: [Gnu-arch-users]

From: Mark Flacy
Subject: Re: [Gnu-arch-users]
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2007 00:18:10 -0600

On 2007.01.10 10:42, John Evans wrote:
> On Wed, 10 Jan 2007, Ludovic Courtès wrote:
> > First, what do you mean by "migration"?  Converting your old CVS 
> > repositories to Arch archives, or just switching to Arch for your new 
> > projects?  The former wouldn't be straightforward AFAIK (and perhaps 
> > wouldn't make much sense) while the latter is hopefully not too hard 
> > given the tutorial.
> I am taking what we currently have in CVS, and I'm moving it to Arch. If 
> we had nothing at the moment, then I would just setup Arch and move 
> forward. As it stands now, I need to "copy" everything that I have in CVS 
> to Arch.

I just looked at that web page, so you really should be able to get to it.  
I've never personally used the conversion software mentioned in the link, so I 
cannot offer any advice about its use.

> >>    I did manage to find
> >> but this
> >> URL has not been updated since 2003, and I'm afraid that it may be out
> >> of date.
> >
> > A slightly revised version of the tutorial is visible at:
> >
> Thank you for the link! That should help me get started on the road to 
> using Arch! Your help is greatly appreciated.
> -- 
> John Evans
> Administrator of

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