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Re: anyone got a copy of

From: Thomas S. Urban
Subject: Re: anyone got a copy of
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2002 10:24:17 -0800
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I don't have the original version, but I can give you my version - it
has some modifications handle:
  - directory recursion
  - ignore certain extensions
  - ignore binary files
  - import shared files once - this is a big time saver, though you'll
    have to work with your CVS repository directly after the fact to
    deal with where the shared files ended up and all the files that
    "point" to them.  This is the kind of thing you have to do anyway
    when importing VSS repositories to CVS
  - change author names in massage step

Most of these changes are explained in the file  Let me know
if you have questions.


 README.txt             - original readme          - original share listing utility             - my modified import script     - original post processing script   - my version of above - does author mangling         - my utility to find author names      - my import stats utility

On Wed, Nov 27, 2002 at 16:28:24 -0500, James Manning sent 0.5K bytes:
> I'm trying to track down a copy of the vss2cvs perl script.  It
> normally lived at but that
> server has been dead for at least a couple weeks now, so I'm asking
> around to see if anyone has a copy.
> Thanks!
> James
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