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cvs2svn/cvs2git/cvs2bzr/cvs2hg is a family of tools for migrating a CVS repository, including branches, tags, and history, to Subversion, git, Bazaar, or Mercurial. It is designed for high-quality one-time conversions, not for repeated synchronizations between CVS and the target VCS.
VIM 7 plugin which provides commands to invoke various source control operations on the current file (either the current buffer, or, in the case of an directory buffer, the directory and all subdirectories associated with the current buffer). The output of the commands is captured in a new scratch window.
dvcs-autosync automatically keeps repositories of distributed version control systems in sync whenever changes happen by automatically committing and pushing/pulling. It currently runs on Linux systems and relies on the inotify API for file change notifications.
IntroductionWhen trying to develop small to medium size projects, you often skip setting up big and complicated CI (Continuous Integration) tools such as Buildbot. Who would want to set up an almost enterprise tool, that could drive away hours of development when all you need is something simple ... [More]
A way to integrate VCS-agnostic repository browsing into Django apps. Initially, Subversion and Git will be supported (and hopefully Mercurial as well), but if anyone is interested in supplying other functionality, please let us know.
You can use hg for diary work, and svn for all the crew, without the crew have knowledge about hg. Also the motivation for this project is by able to do something like: hg ci hg up last-svn-synch svn up + hg ci -Am "rev 123" -> new head hg merge + hg ci svn ciWith the nice-to-have ... [More]
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