On Fri, 13 Jan 2006, Holger Schurig wrote:

One possibility is to login via SSH into the CVS server and "mv" the files
manually. The better option is to use Subversion, it's nicer anyway and very
much like CVS.

There are open reposititories like Sourceforge (e.g. developer.berlios.de),
which have Subversion for more than a year.

I don't think anyone wants to move the project off of sourceforge. I sure don't want to. So we will use what sourceforge has which at this point is cvs. If sourceforge gets subversion sometime then maybe that will be an option.

As for ssh that is also extremely limited (which I think is wise) so mv is not an option either. It might be a possibility to get some sf admin to move the files for us, but I'm not sure it would be worth it.

Instead I'm thinking of tagging current cvs as is and then just using delete and add to move things around. We can always use the tag to get older versions.

James Rich

It's not the software that's free; it's you.
        - billyskank on Groklaw

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