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[Monotone-devel] Re: Monotone to and from Subversion

From: Henry Nestler
Subject: [Monotone-devel] Re: Monotone to and from Subversion
Date: Mon, 04 Feb 2008 00:25:51 +0100
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Brian May wrote:
>>>>>> "Grahame" == Grahame Bowland <address@hidden> writes:
>     Grahame> I'm going to be in a situation where getting to a subversion
>     Grahame> repository is a pain. I'd like to export from subversion into 
> monotone
>     Grahame> and then work committing to the the monotone database, but in a 
> way
>     Grahame> which makes it easy for me to pull updates from subversion 
> upstream
>     Grahame> and also commit my patches back (with changelog entries, etc).
>     Grahame> Does anyone have a way of doing this that they've found works 
> well? It
>     Grahame> seems like I could just hack something together with a few 
> scripts and
>     Grahame> tailor, but I thought I'd ask in case someone else has already 
> done
>     Grahame> it!
> I have lots of problems with tailor in the past. Maybe they have been
> fixed, but the bug report is still open.
> I guess the biggest issue I have with tailor is that it ignores errors
> from Monotone, and pretends nothing is wrong, resulting in a mess if
> anything does go wrong.

Many of bugs have fixed near Mai 2007. On this time have complete tested
to convert monotone source code (branch net.venge.monotone) from
Monotone to Subversion. My test was successfully. The way back from
Subversion to Monotone have not full tested. But, many basics from and
to the middle layer of Tailor are fixed.

In the README exist my full configuration, I have used:
Grep there for the text
"Last, a complete example used to migrate the whole Monotone source
repository under Subversion"

Henry N.

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