|Subject:||Re: Modifying a repository|
|Date:||Wed, 08 May 2002 09:29:37 -0600|
Couldn't you simply use CVS to get the CVSROOT files?
I mean - copy all files over, check out CVSROOT from the new server, manually copy over a checked out version from the old repository (not the CVS dir of course), then commit? Does that hurt anything besides the fact that you might not get some files? (like .cvspass . . .?)
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>>> Larry Jones <address@hidden> 05/08/02 08:40AM >>>
Ellgoth, Hubert writes:
> How can I import (or copy) a formerly standalone repository as a module
> into a new one?
You can simply move (or copy) all the RCS files. You'll then have to
merge the contents of the administrative files from the old repository
into the new repository's administrative files by hand.
My upbringing is filled with inconsistent messages. -- Calvin
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