|Subject:||Re: future of cvs|
|Date:||Mon, 05 Sep 2005 20:10:21 +0200|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 1.6a1 (Windows/20050903)|
Thank you Mark and Jim.Now I understand. We will lock the old repository for historical purposes and create a new one with the new file structure.
We have been extremely happy with cvs over the last 5 years and this trick with the two repositories (or rather - two modules/projects in the same repository, if I am not wrong) should do.
I am sure the subversion is a great project, but the uncertainty to migrate from cvs to svn and then learn svn (and its tricks) seems higher effort than to stay in cvs with its proven performance and just move things a bit around the repository.
All best, Iv
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