Migrating from CVS repository to SVN

Posted on 2012-09-21
Last Modified: 2012-09-25
We are using CVS repository as version control and planning to move to SVN on window OS.

Do we have any migration tools that moves the repository from CVS to SVN including history of the repository
Question by:strllcbobk
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    It can be off-topic for you. We were recently in the same situation. Finally we decided for Git instead of SVN. The truth is that there is no direct CVS to Git tool, and we have solved it via a script tailored for our specific tags, etc.

    As far as I can compare, I am glad we have chosen Git instead of SVN. Anyway, there is rather smooth way from SVN to Git. Git supports a bridge for working on the top of SVN. After migrating to SVN I suggest to give Git a try.

    Have a nice day,

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