[Laszlo-dev] source tree status
david.davis at gmail.com
Mon Jan 3 08:47:47 PST 2005
I suggest using a fsfs file system with subversion, bdb will cause you
many problems as it has caused me. I'm using svk (perl) with svn
If you have a repo already, to convert it, you must have the newest
svn installed. I have v1.1.1. First create a new fsfs filesystem
where you store your svn repo (it will have a 'local' directory,
probably ~/.svn), dump your current one into the new one then rename
svnadmin create --fs-type=fsfs local.fsfs
svnadmin dump -q local | svnadmin load -q local.fsfs
mv local local.bdb
mv local.fsfs local
I hope this helps.
On Sun, 02 Jan 2005 20:41:05 -0800, Eric Bloch <bloch at laszlosystems.com> wrote:
> Hey Folks,
> We were trying to put up the openlaszlo source tree by the end of 2004
> but hit a few snags. The largest snag is that our current plan to use
> Perforce as the shortest path to an openlaszlo source repository didn't
> cut it.
> Perforce supports anonymous source tree browsing but doesn't provide
> decent support for anonymous source tree update (that's cvs-terminology)
> or sync (that's perforce-terminology).
> The plan now is to put up and maintain the openlaszlo source tree in a
> subversion repository and we have a bit more work to getting to an open
> source tree as we need to migrate a few of our development tools and
> processes to subversion.
> If folks chime in that the anonymous browse is useful, even without
> anonymous update/sync, then we *could* expose p4web this week.
> Since we're planning to replace it with a subversion tree very soon, I'd
> prefer to skip this, unless it is of real benefit to the community to
> have the source tree browse up immediately.
> -Eric (and Yossie)
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