|Resource page for cvs-fast-export 1.43||20 Mar 2017|
Export an RCS or CVS history as a fast-import stream.
This program analyzes a collection of RCS files in a CVS repository (or outside of one) and, when possible, emits an equivalent history in the form of a fast-import stream. Not all possible histories can be rendered this way; the program tries to emit useful warnings when it can't. The program can also produce a visualization of the resulting commit DAG in the DOT format handled by the graphviz suite. The package also includes cvssync, a tool for mirroring masters from remote CVS hosts.
|cvs-fast-export-1.43.tar.gz||gzipped source tarball|
|cvsconvert.html||HTML rendering of cvsconvert.1|
|cvs-fast-export.html||HTML rendering of cvs-fast-export.1|
|reporting-bugs.html||Reporting bugs in cvs-fast-export|
|cvssync.html||HTML rendering of cvssync.1|
The project repository is at https://gitlab.com/esr/cvs-fast-export.
Project statistics are available at OpenHub.
There is a project IRC channel.
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Revert <2014-11-19T18:11:22Z@flower.powernet.co.uk>, optimization was wrong.
This work is funded by...
My Bronze supporters on Patreon: Martin Hohenberg, Jerod Tufte, Jae Yang, Daniel Garber, Kyle Burkholder, Josh Stegmaier, Mike Nichols, Donald Greer, Mark Ping, John D. Bell, Tom Taylor, Arnold F. Williams, George Brower, Michael Nygard, Brendan Long, Aaron deBruyn, Sven Dowideit, Dave Witten, Jolyon Ansuz, Jonathan Cast, James Cronin, David L. Jessup, Christopher Chang, Jacob Lyles, Neil Anuskiewicz, Mordant, Clemens Ladisch, Wojciech Woytniak.My Institutional supporters on Patreon: Jason Azze and the DEVOPS team at his $DAYJOB.