On Sun, 19 Mar 2006 23:07:19 -0500, Kevin Kubasik wrote
> A while back there was discussion of moving gaim over to Sf.net's new
> subversion offering, and it appeared pretty much unanimous that SVN
> was the way to go. I noticed that gaim's project page offers both cvs
> and svn, which are not synced and both have commits from the past few
> days. Is there one SCM being used? At the moment, it seems like
> there's almost 2 branches of dev.
We're still using CVS for everything. I enabled the SVN page and ran
SourceForge's CVS to SVN migration for the entire Gaim repository (both the
"gaim" source code and the "web" files). I mostly wanted to see how well it
worked and play around with it. For the record, the migration took maybe 30
minutes to an hour and looks like it was flawless. I've been using the
SourceForge Subversion server for another project and I've been extremely
pleased with it.
Since I couldn't find an easy way to migrate only the web module now and the
gaim module later, we should keep using CVS for both until after 2.0.0 is
released, and then we can re-run the migration script, wipe out the current
Subversion data, and then use Subversion for both.