Forum OpenACS Q&A: Re: OCT meeting: bug-stomp!!, test-server, svn & trademar
to keep a source code in cvs and svn in sync.
Kindly advise where you would like this set up.
I'm afraid I don't have a public server.
However, the software I am talking about is really just a script that can be executed where ever there is CVS and SVN installed on the same box.
If someone is willing to volunteer a public test/staging/play server with linux on a public IP and with the following installed
CVS, Apache, Python, subversion and it's dependent packages,
I can setup a server that regularly fetches code from cvs.openacs.org and imports it into a vendor branch on a subversion repository via Tailor.
- commit the changes/differences to the CVS repository
- commit the changes/differences to the SVN repository
This is useful in a situation where you would like to keep a vendor branch of let's say OpenACS head from OpenACS CVS on a branch in your subversion repository.
And yes, we can also use tailor to extract say OpenACS HEAD into a test subversion repository for testing/review.