Thanks for the example. At least for the CVS repositories, I guess
both tools seem to agree on the diff formats. In any case, preserving
comments (tree style) with just the corresponding raw format diffs
migration can be a very helpful tool. As the community can
having a single tool is a lot comfortable than keeping around an
and current working servers. I would like to hear what the
have to say in this regards.
On Jul 13, 12:56 am, Jan Koprowski <jan.koprow...@gmail.com> wrote:
> My company used CodeStriker in the past but when we switched to
> ReviewBoard we don't try move old CodeStriker reviews to new tool.
> Problem was: CodeStriker have different format of diffs (native
> ClearCase diffs) ReviewBoard use unified diffs for all SCMs.
> On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 1:33 AM, Ratnam <rtatava...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > My team is using codestriker for the past 7 months and now looking to
> > use ReviewBoard.
> > But the (obvious) catch is how do we get to convert our Codestriker
> > data accumulated?
> > I wanted to know if anyone share the same situation or are aware of
> > any tool/set-of-steps
> > to follow (can invest about 30+ hrs) to migrate/convert my
> > Cosdestiker db to RBs' db?
> > Any insights in this regard are highly appreciated.
> > Thanks,
> > Ratnam
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