* Tom Lane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [070416 19:03]: > Aidan Van Dyk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > > Would anyone know if these were "hand moved" to Attic? > > Seems unlikely, since there's a commit log entry for the removal. But > this all happened seven-plus years ago and I'm sure there's an old CVS > bug involved *somewhere*. > > I like the idea of re-adding and then re-removing the files on HEAD. > Does anyone think that poses any real risk?
No - it even fixed the "hand moved" test I had done trying to create an Attic with, when trying to figure out how they got that way in the first place... What I did when I converted the repo was just hand edit those files to have a state of "dead" to match their position in Attic for those RCS revs. If you "add" them and remove them, I believe my GIT conversion will actually "follow" that correctly... If not - I just rm -Rf it and let it go from scratch "one more time"... I'm glad computers are good at that type of repetitive task... a. -- Aidan Van Dyk Create like a god, [EMAIL PROTECTED] command like a king, http://www.highrise.ca/ work like a slave.
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