|Subject:||RE: CVS Unix to Linux Migration|
|Date:||Thu, 5 Feb 2009 17:22:02 -0800|
In my original email I had asked the question:|
In our singular repository we have a few obsolote projects or folders, we don't need them, and we don't need the history either. Should I login to the repository server and delete the obsolete folders directly from the file system or via my Windows client, check them out, delete and commit them to the attic. Yves had suggested the latter, mentioning that the latter method will keep the integrity of the cvs log in check.
My problem with this latter method is that all the files in the attic still occupy space and mind you, these are projects we don't need anymore. What do you recommend?
> Subject: Re: CVS Unix to Linux Migration
> To: address@hidden
> Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2009 11:39:41 -0500
> CC: address@hidden
> From: address@hidden
> Rez writes:
> > Yves, mentioned that I may corrupt my cvs log or rather render it
> > useless by doing file system commands (mv, rm) if they're projects
> > within the repository. I don't see a log anywhere. Where's the log and
> > could I modify it manually?
> I have no idea what he was taking about, perhaps he can explain further.
> Larry Jones
> Don't you hate it when your boogers freeze? -- Calvin
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