|Subject:||Re: [Savannah-help-public] Converting gnuspeech to svn|
|Date:||Thu, 27 Nov 2008 15:49:04 -0600|
I've finished converting the gnuspeech CVS repository to SVN dumpfiles via the cvs2svn software. I would just like to confirm if it's okay to use multiple dumpfiles for loading the SVN repository?
Here's some background.
First, I've restructured the repository slightly so that we have 5 dumpfiles. I've edited the dumpfiles slightly (and carefully) so that it should be as painless as possible for savannah using the standard 'svnadmin load' command without any special switches (the parent directories: osx, gnustep, nextstep, docs, and misc are created and added within the dumpfiles).
I've set up the dumpfiles so that the top-level structure will look like this:
I'm assuming savannah will be loading the dumpfiles into the new repository something along the following lines (depending on where the actual path to the new SVN gnuspeech repository is located):
$ svnadmin load /sources/gnuspeech < gnuspeech-osx-dumpfile
$ svnadmin load /sources/gnuspeech < gnuspeech-gnustep-dumpfile
$ svnadmin load /sources/gnuspeech < gnuspeech-nextstep-dumpfile
$ svnadmin load /sources/gnuspeech < gnuspeech-docs-dumpfile
$ svnadmin load /sources/gnuspeech < gnuspeech-misc-dumpfile
Let me know If this is correct and all is well. If so, I can upload the 5 dumpfiles to https://savannah.gnu.org/register/upload.php and we can begin the change-over.
On 26-Nov-08, at 6:25 PM, David Hill wrote:
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