Date: 2007-01-13 16:12:51
On 2007-01-12, at 17:50, Ullrich von Bassewitz wrote: > I'm using CVS for private/business projects for more than 10 years > now, and > I've checked in stuff that is even older than that. So the repository > documents my own programming history, and I would really regret > loosing it. > Some day, when I'm an old man with a white beard, I'm going to show > it to my > grandchildren and say "Look here, this is how your grandfather started > hacking":-) Of course! :-) Our (and mine) old CVS repositories are still preserved. It's just that they've been archived and taken off-line. > > cvs2svn, as mentioned by Marko, sounds like a possible solution, > and I will > have a look at it once I have some spare time. > > BTW: We are using TortoiseSVN in the company to access the subversion > repository. Unfortunately it is a Windows only client, but apart > from that it > is really great. Even I - as a dedicated command line hacker - have > to admit > that. Windows users may want to give it a try. Partially similar thing is available for OS X. But I use it actually only to have an eye-candy and occasional alert when browsing file trees that something is in an unexpected state (forgot to commit?). Normally it's all command line here. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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