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RE: Migrating from Telelogic to CVS

From: Eugene Kramer
Subject: RE: Migrating from Telelogic to CVS
Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2003 20:45:46 -0800

Hi Jeeva,

If the history of the development is not an issue, you need to keep in mind
a few things:

- architecture of the projects in Continuus. In CCM it is possible to reuse
the same source file in multiple projects. You do not want to end up with
copies, so you might need to restructure the modules in CVS
- file types. Make sure that binary files have proper flags in CVS. Look at
CCM's migration rules - you can generate similar rules for CVS' file types
- directory versions. If presence of directories is important for your
software, make sure that you have some hidden directory markers or retrieve
sources from CVS allowing empty dirs
- I'd add a distinct tag to CVS sources, which identifies a baseline in CCM
from which the sources came. Especially if you do not preserve the history



-----Original Message-----
From: Jeeva Sarma [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2003 12:25 AM
To: address@hidden
Subject: Migrating from Telelogic to CVS

I am faced with the task of migrating from continuous
(telelogic)to CVS in the near future. I have been
using/administering cvs for quite a while, but am new
to Telelogic.Can anyone give me any suggestions, tips
, any info at all as to how I should do it? Should we
do it manually, i.e just check in the latest revisions
directory by directory into the cvs repo? Or are there
any scripts available? I don't think we need to
preserve revision history. Will be thankful for any

Jeeva Sarma

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