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A toolset to automate knitting up CVS Repositories from existing source packages

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This may be useful to start revision management with old releases included in the same repository, and to automate external released packages into a CVS repository.
NOTE: All examples, log examples are created with development version.

Project Summary includes:
latest news,
report-tracking interface, and
CVS service (Browse stable branch) / (Browse development)

Log example: NAMAZUtest03 [ With '-q', or without '-q' ] (2003-05-05)

Related converters you may want:

Into RCS
- pvcs2rcs - see CVS contrib directory
- sccs2rcs - see CVS contrib directory

Into CVS
- rcs-to-cvs - see CVS contrib directory
- vss2cvs -*/
- vssextractor - convert from Microsoft Visual SourceSafe to CVS

Into Subversion
- cvs2svn - CVS to Subversion Repository Converter
- vss2svn - convert a Visual Source Safe repository to a Subversion repository dump

Into GNU Arch
- cscvs - Changesets in CVS (import CVS changesets into GNU Arch)

Related tools you may want:

Using CVS
- cvs2cl - CVS-log-message-to-ChangeLog conversion script
- cvs2rss - a changelog of CVS checkins as RSS (Using cvs2cl)
- CVSToys: Fresh CVS - "a commit monitoring daemon which can keep a mirror of the repository or checked-out working copy up to date, and send out notifications by e-mail, on the web as HTML or RSS, or to a chat service such as IRC."

Using Subversion
- svn2cvs - save subversion commits to (read-only) cvs repository

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