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Michael Adair
We've been trying to untangle the mapbuilder svn to create a new svn
repository for proj4js, (http://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo/ticket/258) however
there has been so much moving and copying that it seems practically
impossible to do.

So I'm looking for options on how to get this done.  The only option I
can think of now is to create the new repository from an export.  This
won't re-create all the history however, but the logs would still live
in the mapbuilder SVN which I could point people to.

Any other ideas?

Mike

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Re: [MetaCRS] proj4js svn

rgreenwood
On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 8:16 AM, Mike Adair <[hidden email]> wrote:

> We've been trying to untangle the mapbuilder svn to create a new svn
> repository for proj4js, (http://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo/ticket/258) however
> there has been so much moving and copying that it seems practically
> impossible to do.
> So I'm looking for options on how to get this done.  The only option I can
> think of now is to create the new repository from an export.  This won't
> re-create all the history however, but the logs would still live in the
> mapbuilder SVN which I could point people to.
>
> Any other ideas?
>
> Mike

Mike,

As you know, I have been extremely frustrated by your take over of the
cscs project. The cscs branch of the mapbuilder svn is an historic
record of the origin of the Proj4js project. It's important to me, but
probably not to anyone else. I can see that separating it from
mapbuilder is more work than it is worth. I would appreciate, however,
if you would make reference to cscs in the comments in the export to
the new MetaCRS repository.

Rich

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Re: [MetaCRS] proj4js svn

Michael Adair
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After many hours trying various svndumpfilter combinations, I wasn't
able to extract the cscs branch from the dumpfile.  Therefore, I did an
initial import from an export of the mapbuilder/cscs branch, with
comments to that effect in the log message.  There are also pointers to
the mapbuilder svn for project history in the wiki.

The Trac wiki is setup and I've been starting to put some documentation
in there and the ticket system is also available.

Mike



Mike Adair wrote:

> We've been trying to untangle the mapbuilder svn to create a new svn
> repository for proj4js, (http://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo/ticket/258)
> however there has been so much moving and copying that it seems
> practically impossible to do.
> So I'm looking for options on how to get this done.  The only option I
> can think of now is to create the new repository from an export.  This
> won't re-create all the history however, but the logs would still live
> in the mapbuilder SVN which I could point people to.
>
> Any other ideas?
>
> Mike
> _______________________________________________
> MetaCRS mailing list
> [hidden email]
> http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/metacrs
>

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