anonymous svn up and running
doctor.whom at gmail.com
Tue Dec 26 05:07:15 CET 2006
Oh, what version of svn are you running? version 1.3.2 doesn't like
your dump, and it turns out my main computer has 1.1.4
Seems checkouts only want to go forward in svn version :)
On 12/21/06, Kyle Kienapfel <doctor.whom at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hah, three days after I start futzing with DSLinux you switch to SVN.
> Oh well, at least I have a tad of experience with SVN
> On 12/21/06, Stefan Sperling <stsp at stsp.in-berlin.de> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > anonymous checkouts of the DSLinux source tree as hosted
> > with Subversion are now possible.
> > Please see my updates to
> > http://www.dslinux.org/wiki/Compiling_DSLinux#Getting_the_DSLinux_Sources
> > for more information.
> > Subversion workspaces are much bigger than CVS workspaces.
> > Subversion keeps a shadow copy of the initial state after checkout around
> > to allow for nifty features such as offline diffing. This means better
> > performance and less dependance on network connectivity and the server,
> > at the expense of disk space. A full Subversion checkout of the DSLinux
> > source tree is currently about 1GB large!
> > I am not yet sure whether the anonsvn server performs better with
> > Subversion than it did with CVS. Subversion seems to cause more load
> > on the server itself, while causing less network traffic. Especially
> > initial checkouts seem to take a long time, so you should really
> > consider getting the snapshot tarball to download a copy of the tree
> > for the first time. The snapshot tarball is currently only about 200MB
> > in size.
> > Note that existing CVS workspaces cannot be converted.
> > You will have to get a new copy of the tree.
> > I will keep anoncvs operational for a while in case people still need
> > it to create diffs. But note that the CVS mirror will not be updated
> > anymore, as development now happens with Subversion. Also keep in
> > mind that anoncvs access will eventually be disabled, so it is a good
> > idea to switch your working copies to Subversion as soon as possible.
> > If anyone wants to provide another anonsvn mirror of the DSLinux
> > source tree, please get in touch. It would be very useful.
> > Happy hacking!
> > --
> > stefan
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