I would recommend going back and trying cvs2git on linux; you did not say 
how it failed for you on cygwin, but my gut feeling is that is is much more 
likely work on linux. I know you're on Windows, but can you get a box where 
you can install linux, otherwise you can just start up a linux vm under 

You didn't say how cvs2git failed, but there are several options in it for 
reading CVS's files from it, from a using 'cvs' directly, to using RCS's 
'co', to using a python implementation or a cvs ,v file reader. If the 
problem was in the area of reading in the CVS repo, have you tried all 
these methods?


On Monday, 19 January 2015 07:10:47 UTC-5, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen wrote:
> On Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 7:03:33 AM UTC+1, Akshaybar Kumar Singh 
> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I am new to GIT repository and using CVS. 
>> Now i am moving to use GIT, and going to migrate all the stuff at CVS 
>> should be at GIT along with history details.
>> Kindly help me for migrating CVS to GIT. suggest me any tool which can do 
>> for me. 
> I just mentioned this in another thread as well: reposurgeon has a history 
> [1] of migrating projects from (among other things) CVS to Git.
> [1] http://www.catb.org/~esr/reposurgeon/features.html

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