Aidan Van Dyk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Now, on my hand-crafted GIT repo - you see them in and out now with
> Tom's commits.  But any *real* conversion tracking the *actual* RCS cvs
> states should have them checked out from 1999 to now in the state they
> were from vadim's last changes, and Tom's first commit will "truncate"
> them (because he checked them in as empty files), and the 2nd commit
> will remove them again.

> So it's still a "gotcha" if you're trying to get a copy of CVS from ages
> ago via one of the alternative SCM conversions...

It shouldn't be a big problem, assuming the checkout preserves the file
dates --- they'll look older than the source files and so a rebuild will
happen anyway in such a checkout.

                        regards, tom lane

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