From: Doug Gregor (dgregor_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-27 16:11:07
On Jul 27, 2007, at 3:59 PM, Robert Ramey wrote:
> Doug Gregor wrote:
>> === Timeline ===
>> At 8:00 AM EDT on Tuesday, July 31, we will be cutting off access to
>> the current Boost CVS repository. The Boost Subversion repository,
>> mailing list archives, Boost Trac, beta.boost.org, and anything else
>> hosted at OSL will also be unavailable during this time.
>> === What you should do ===
>> If you have any outstanding changes to Boost in your local CVS tree,
>> commit them before 8:00am EDT on Tuesday. Any changes to your local
>> CVS tree that have not been committed to CVS will be lost and will
>> have to manually be moved over Subversion. The Boost CVS repository
>> will not be reopened.
> Does this refer to the whole CVS tree - HEAD and release branches?
Yes, the entire CVS repository will be migrated to Subversion.
> I would think we want to create the Subversion tree with RC 1_34_1
> - the
> release. And initiate the policy of creating changes on branches.
> way to do this would be to make the subversion tree and check in
> the current
> Leave the CVS tree available for a while - at least for checkouts.
> developer can
> move his changes from CVS HEAD to his local CVS Tree, copy them to
> his local
> tree and then check them in on the appropriate library development
No. The only way to make this change properly is to migrate
everything to Subversion in one big step, then move forward from
there. Having two repositories available is a recipe for confusion.
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