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Re: [vox] CVS and Subversion
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Re: [vox] CVS and Subversion



Richard S. Crawford wrote:
> After looking at both CVS and Subversion, I've decided that Subversion is
> definitely the way to go in my office.  However, our work is based mostly
> on an open source product that I get from SourceForge via CVS.
>
> Would it be worth my while using CVS to obtain the code, then importing it
> into a Subversion repository for us to hack away on?  Or should I just
> stick with CVS across the board?
>
> (I'm still learning the basics of all of this; somehow I've been
> transitioned from code monkey to lead developer who's responsible for this
> kind of planning and implementation -- YIKES!)

If you plan to resync to the upstream project occasionally, you should
consider using svk. See my presentation slides/notes from the first
March meeting for links, information about version control systems, and
a tutorial that shows off what svk does (even though it doesn't do very
much useful).

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