Jason Dagit wrote:
> On 5/5/06, Thiemo Seufer <ths@...> wrote:
> >FWIW, I tried a few conversions from CVS to SVN/SVK:
> >- Cvs2svn seems to produce good lossless results, unfortunately it
> > needs a local CVSROOT repository as source.
> >- The SVK conversion works on the cvs server but completely dumps
> > the history.
> >- Cvssuck can retrieve a RCS file set from the cvs server, but always
> > wants to get the whole repository, and it is very slow (opens a new
> > ssh connection for each revision of each file), and it can't restart
> > after a transient failure.
> Have you tried tailor.py?
I had only a closer look at its documentation.
> I hear it's good at not only converting between VCS but also in
> keeping several different VCS in sync.
That's how it is advertised, but IIRC it uses just cvsps for conversions
=66rom CVS, with all the insufficiencies that implies.