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Old 03-14-2013, 11:10 AM   #1
eantoranz
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svn-all-fast-export: rev x did not match any rules; auto-recursing


Hi!

I'm testing the best approach to move a svn repo to git. git-svn is not an option given that it puts all branches/tags/trunk together as a single branch.... not good.

I'm running svn2git at the moment (locally) and it's taking for ever, even for a rather-small repo that must be on less than 8000 revisions.

I want to give svn-all-fast-export a try and it seems to do a fairly good job at tracking branches/merges (plus is fast as hell) but I see that at the end I'm missing revisions from the last gew months wich is not an option to be left out. What I wonder is what I can do to make it move ahead.

I see this error message on the output:

Code:
some-path rev 7613 did not match any rules; auto-recursing
some-other-path rev 7613 did not match any rules; auto-recursing
yet-some-other-path rev 7613 did not match any rules; auto-recursing
Was there a problem with this revisions that made the migration process stop short? What can I do to solve it?

This is what I'm running:
Code:
svn-all-fast-export --rules /usr/share/doc/svn-all-fast-export/samples/merged-branches-tags.rules ~/location-to-svnrepo/
Thanks in advance.
 
Old 03-14-2013, 11:16 AM   #2
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This is what I see about the revision on a dump:

Code:
Revision-number: 7613
Prop-content-length: 165
Content-length: 165

K 7
svn:log
V 63
[some-project] Moviendo trunk, branches y tags a carpeta some-project
K 10
svn:author
V 7
herwind
K 8
svn:date
V 27
2012-09-03T14:13:06.682158Z
PROPS-END

Node-path: some-project/branches
Node-kind: dir
Node-action: add
Node-copyfrom-rev: 7612
Node-copyfrom-path: branches


Node-path: some-project/tags
Node-kind: dir
Node-action: add
Node-copyfrom-rev: 7612
Node-copyfrom-path: tags


Node-path: some-project/trunk
Node-kind: dir
Node-action: add
Node-copyfrom-rev: 7612
Node-copyfrom-path: trunk


Node-path: trunk
Node-action: delete


Node-path: branches
Node-action: delete


Node-path: tags
Node-action: delete
Any idea what I have to do about it? Thanks in advance.
 
Old 03-14-2013, 11:23 AM   #3
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Well..... this could be very important.

At first the repo (I have a local copy but the repo is actually reached through https) that was reached through
https://someserver/some-repo/

was moved to

https://someserver/some-repo/some-project

(which is kind of what this revision is about, right?) and then two more repos were created for two more projects like

https://someserver/some-repo/another-project
https://someserver/some-repo/yet-another-project

If I look in the FS stuff, the repo is still at the location of some-repo, there are no directories named some-project or another-project or yet-another-project inside.

So, what kind of magic trick will I have to pull from the hat to get over it?
 
Old 03-14-2013, 04:23 PM   #4
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Ok.... as I said before, that was the problem. repo/trunk repo/branches and repo/tags got moved into repo/a-project/trunk, repo/a-project/branches and repo/a-project/tags respectively.

I was able to break the problem by using rules.

I told svn-all-fast-export to set up 3 git repos (each for each project in the svn repo) then I set up match rules for /trunk/ /branches/ and /tags/ that is matched to project a's repo's master and branches/tags respectively. Finally, created matches for repo/a-project/trunk repo/a-project/branches/ and repo/a-project/tags to a project's repo as well.

Something like this:

Code:
create repository project-a
end repository

create repository project-b
end repository

create repository project-c
end repository

match /trunk/
  repository project-a
  branch master
end match

match /(branches|tags)/([^/]+)/
  repository project-a
  branch \2
end match

match /project-b/trunk/
  repository project-b
  branch master
end match

match /project-a/trunk/
  repository project-a
  branch master
end match

match /project-a/(branches|tags)/([^/]+)/
  repository project-a
  branch \2
end match

match /project-c/trunk/
  repository project-c
  branch master 
end match
 
  


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