On Sun, Dec 30, 2012 at 1:21 PM, Eric S. Raymond <e...@thyrsus.com> wrote:
> Bad news: the combination of cvsps and the existing git-cvsimport
> script is seriously broken in both places.  This morning I fixed a
> nasty bug in cvsps's branch detection and shipped 3.3. This is a
> different bug from the broken (and now removed) ancestry-branch
> tracking.

I tried the new version and found I'm unable to import via pserver:

  $ ./cvsps --root :pserver:me@localhost:/cvsroot module
  cvsps: connect error: Connection refused
  cvsps: can't get CVS log data: Connection refused

Running 2.2b1 (the version packaged w/ Fedora 17) with the same
arguments with the addition of --cvs-direct connects OK.  I haven't
taken much time to look into this, so I might be doing something dumb.
 Thought I'd find out if this is a known issue before delving into it.

Also, I'm curious what impact removing the caching from cvsps will
have on incremental imports.  Is there any?


Chris Rorvick
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