How to clone CVS repository with empty directories
I convert a CVS repository to a Git repository with the following command:
$ git cvsimport -vaikd :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:2401/ -C IVR-GUI GIT
However, Git ignores the empty directories in the CVS repository. But I want the repository to be cloned including those empty repositories. How can I make Git to do that?
I’m trying to convert an existing Windows CVS repository to Mercurial and getting the following response and error: C:\Windows\system32>hg convert c:\users\jeff\webs\shelter-cvs\shelter assuming de
I have migrated a cvs repository to git repository. But in the middle it gets quit and it says the error as Unknown: Error What is the reason? How can I overcome from this? Any help much appreciated!
I'm trying to clone Git repository with JGit and I have problem with UnsupportedCredentialItem. My code: FileRepositoryBuilder builder = new FileRepositoryBuilder(); Repository repository = builder.se
I have a web server that share mercurial repositories. It shares projects in HTTPS with a self-signed certificate. If I want to clone a repository, I can use the command (note the --insecure option th
I am having a problem to trigger a repository clone of googlecode project. I keep receiving the following error: Started by user anonymous $ hg clone --rev default https://email@example.com.
Is there a command that returns a list of module names contained within a CVS repository? Being a newbie to CVS, I imagine that there should be something along the lines of cvs -d /usr/local/cvs listm
How do I replace the HEAD of a CVS repository with a branch?
At the moment I am investigating how to introduce a DVCS (in particular I am looking at Hg and Git) while retaining the CVS repository in parallel (or even just the access mechanism via the CVS protoc
I have a repo on github and I need to complete reset it , i.e start uploading from scratch. How exactly do I remove all files and directories in the repository using git?
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I'm trying to check out files from our CVS Repository (I have access, but I don't have repository admin access), but I'm running into an issue where certain sub-folders of the module in question aren'
Am using Pycharm 1.2 on OSX 10.6 . One of my project directories is named cvs, but it is not showing up in the project explorer. I have tried uninstalling cvs version control plugin but this didn't re
I've removed a checked in file from the CVS branch, i.e.: cvs remove -f file.txt cvs commit How do I restore the file?
There is a remote repository (not hosted on github) that I would like to clone to github. Is it possible for me to clone it to github directly without making a clone of it on my computer. If yes, How
I have created a CVS repository on my system. I am using the Eclipse as CVS support already their on the Eclipse I have not imported any new Installation in my Eclipse. By using this link I am trying
i'm having a hard time getting the maven-release-plugin to work with our CVS repository. Hope I'm missing something obvious, or is noone using CVS/pserver and Maven2/3 anymore ? The first problem is t
I am (obviously) new to git. Here is my scenario. I have a local git repository (server that I maintain) setup for my project. I want to create create a sub-directory e.g. oss-project under my reposit
I would like to clone just a specific branch of a BitBucket repository through netbeans. Is something like this possible? Thank you!
I want to set some properties of an HttpWebRequest and then download some files asynchronously. However, I need one copy of HttpWebRequest for each download, so how can I clone it so that I don't have
I've been trying to use the zipfile and shutil.make_archive modules to recursively create a zip file of a directory. Both modules work great--except empty directories do not get added to the archive.
I'm quite pretty new to the concept of CVS. However, I want to start using CVS and thus need to 'check-in' some scripts. I'm using a UNIX server and I know that CVS is installed, since doing a cvs -v
Is there a way to use the credential store with the CVS plugin to access a CVS repository? Looking for a way to store credential once and have one place to change it, despite many jobs making use of i
I would like to know how I could clone only one branch instead of cloning the whole Git repository.
How can I checkout only the directory structure of a project (without any files) in a CVS repository? This could be useful, e.g., to know the structure itself, and selectively checkout the folders lat
we have an multiple git repository. how can i clone multiple repository at a time?
I'm trying to clone a local git repository. The repository's name contains a `:'. This is confusing both me and git. I get the following error: ~/work/c% git clone ../a::b . Initialized empty Git repo
If I want to essentially grep every line ever in the repository, is there a way to do it? I know this would take a long time for large projects. If not all inclusive, at least just the current branch
Is it technically sound to clone a git repository directly from the .git folder, eg git clone username@somehost:/home/username/workdir/.git ? In addition to that is it right to rename it to a non-hidd
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I've played with CVS a little bit and am not the most familiar with all of its capabilities, but a huge annoyance for me is trying to add new directories that contain more directories in them. Running
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Say I have a repository on another machine whose entire history is to big to clone locally. If I have no intention of submitting any changes back to that repository, there's no reason that I shouldn't
I am attempting to use git svn to clone a single directory of a SVN repository into a Git repository. If I use git svn clone svn+ssh://path/to/repo/trunk/directory, I get a Git repo without branches t
I am eclipse CVS to checkout the Projects from a Repository location . When i provided the path to the Eclipse CVS Repository it displayed a list of nearly 50 Projects (In Eclipse CVS Repository View
I am working on linux and I clone a private repository using my github account credentials. But over the period of time my password has changed for github and whenever I try to use git pull it is givi
Say I have this type of structure: Project/Code files: C:\myCode Git Repository: C:\Users\User1\MyGitRepoDir How do I get my myCode code directory into MyGitRepoDir so that I can commit files, etc?
I have a Mercurial repository hg-repo which has a directory cvs-dir that I want to simultaneously version control in CVS, and commit to a CVS repository: $ ls hg-repo cvs-dir other The rest of the Me
I have a remote repository with address ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/git/repository/project.git and password And i need to clone it using jgit with ant task. Unfortunately i can't clone it with standard jgit g
Are there any tools/techniques to convert (downgrade) an existing SVN repository to (old-fashioned) CVS? I know that both are not equivalent in features, but is there some way to do it with minimal lo
I am working on converting a CVS repository that has the following symbols (among others): tcm-6.1.0-branch -- a branch tcm-6.1.0 -- a tag Using the standard transformations cvs2svn identifies them pr
I'm on a Windows XP system, and I execute this command from the command line: cvs -d :pserver:CharlesAnderson@ServerName/RepositoryName login -p <pw> which generates this response: Logging in t
I want to create a windows batch file which lists all the empty sub-directories present under the user specified root directory. Can anybody help regarding the same?
A CVS Repository is of :pserver.. type. Is there a cvs command that will retrieve a list of all versions of one particular file in the repository? Something that works like the CVS eclipse plugin's :
we are planing to move away from CVS and to SVN. Everything looks good expect that our developers do a pre/post tags on each submission. So, in CVS we don't have a problem as TAGS are intuitive and c
I am working on local git repository and I need to push my local git into existing svn repository. My git repository is pure local git repository, it was not init using git svn clone. How can I import
I converted my CVS repository into SVN repository. It worked great, but one problem had occured.... I converted using a dumpfile, and the command was: cvs2svn –encoding=( ) –sort=(PATH TO sort.exe) -
I have an unresolved conflict between my two machines on an IOS project, and I want to reload the project on my laptop. How do I do that? I tried deleting the repository directory, then going to the
This method works to get the files, directories and sub-directories and their contents, UNLESS one of the sub-directories happens to be empty. public static IEnumerable<FileSystemInfo> GetAllFi
A separate question covers How do you rename a branch in CVS? assuming you have access to cvs admin commands. Is it possible to do this without using cvs admin commands?
I have an existing SVN repository, which has a common directory containing modules shared by different projects. The layout is like this: http://example.com/svn/trunk/common/module_1 http://example.