Migrating from CVS to STASH (GIT)

How do i import my old CVS repositories to STASH (git)

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Have a look at git cvsimport, parsecvs or cvs2git. These tools can convert your CVS repository to a git repository.

After you've converted it to git, you can push your new repository to Stash.

I think it is a 2-step process.

1) use cvss2svn to migrate from CVS to a temp SVN repository. - http://cvs2svn.tigris.org/cvs2svn.html

2) Use SVN importer for stash - https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/org.tmatesoft.subgit.stash-svn-importer

This is the approach I took except for #2 I used 'git svn' to import the SVN repo and put Stash on top of that. Why didn't I use the SVN importer for stash? Mostly because I didn't know about it. :-)

Some useful reading on using 'git svn':





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