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Thu, 30 Oct 2003 09:34:18 -0500
found that it is much easier, when dealing with VSS, to do activities in smaller
chunks. Having previously, within the last six months, performed numerous
migrations of data from VSS to CVS I found that converting projects, and even
sub-projects, works better than trying to convert the entire VSS database
at one time.
have $/proj-A, $/proj-b and $/proj-c in your repository then you would want to
do each one individually rather than doing $/.
I'm attempting to run the VSS2CVS Script on a rather large
archive. It makes it about half way through starts to say that CVS has
no knowledge of the file and that I need to fix the error before I
continue. Any suggestions on this or even more information on how to
debug this would be great.
- vss2cvs, Behnke, Steven, 2003/10/29
- RE: vss2cvs,
Bert Robbins <=