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Tue Oct 31 17:12:48 2006 UTC (12 years, 3 months ago) by blume
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checked in the cvs2svn script that was used to convert the repository
# (Be in -*- python -*- mode.)
#
# ====================================================================
# Copyright (c) 2006 CollabNet.  All rights reserved.
#
# This software is licensed as described in the file COPYING, which
# you should have received as part of this distribution.  The terms
# are also available at http://subversion.tigris.org/license-1.html.
# If newer versions of this license are posted there, you may use a
# newer version instead, at your option.
#
# This software consists of voluntary contributions made by many
# individuals.  For exact contribution history, see the revision
# history and logs, available at http://cvs2svn.tigris.org/.
# ====================================================================

# An options file like this can be used to configure cvs2svn.  The
# file is in Python syntax, but you don't need to know Python to
# modify it.  But if you *do* know Python, then you will be happy to
# know that you can use arbitary Python constructs to do fancy
# configuration tricks.

# Two identifiers will have been defined before this file is executed,
# and can be used freely within this file:
#
#     ctx -- a Ctx object (see cvs2svn_lib/context.py), which holds
#         many configuration options
#
#     run_options -- an instance of the OptionsFileRunOptions class
#         (see cvs2svn_lib/run_options.py), which holds some variables
#         governing how cvs2svn is run


# Import some modules that are used in setting the options:
import re

from cvs2svn_lib.boolean import *
from cvs2svn_lib import config
from cvs2svn_lib.log import Log
from cvs2svn_lib.project import Project
from cvs2svn_lib.output_option import DumpfileOutputOption
from cvs2svn_lib.output_option import ExistingRepositoryOutputOption
from cvs2svn_lib.output_option import NewRepositoryOutputOption
from cvs2svn_lib.symbol_strategy import AllBranchRule
from cvs2svn_lib.symbol_strategy import AllTagRule
from cvs2svn_lib.symbol_strategy import BranchIfCommitsRule
from cvs2svn_lib.symbol_strategy import ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule
from cvs2svn_lib.symbol_strategy import ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule
from cvs2svn_lib.symbol_strategy import ForceTagRegexpStrategyRule
from cvs2svn_lib.symbol_strategy import HeuristicStrategyRule
from cvs2svn_lib.symbol_strategy import RuleBasedSymbolStrategy
from cvs2svn_lib.symbol_strategy import UnambiguousUsageRule
from cvs2svn_lib.symbol_transform import RegexpSymbolTransform
from cvs2svn_lib.property_setters import AutoPropsPropertySetter
from cvs2svn_lib.property_setters import BinaryFileDefaultMimeTypeSetter
from cvs2svn_lib.property_setters import BinaryFileEOLStyleSetter
from cvs2svn_lib.property_setters import CVSRevisionNumberSetter
from cvs2svn_lib.property_setters import DefaultEOLStyleSetter
from cvs2svn_lib.property_setters import EOLStyleFromMimeTypeSetter
from cvs2svn_lib.property_setters import ExecutablePropertySetter
from cvs2svn_lib.property_setters import KeywordsPropertySetter
from cvs2svn_lib.property_setters import MimeMapper


# To choose the level of logging output, uncomment one of the
# following lines:
#Log().log_level = Log.WARN
#Log().log_level = Log.QUIET
Log().log_level = Log.NORMAL
#Log().log_level = Log.VERBOSE


# There are several possible options for where to put the output of a
# cvs2svn conversion.  Please choose one of the following and adjust
# the parameters as necessary:

# Use this output option if you would like cvs2svn to create a new SVN
# repository and store the converted repository there.  The first
# argument is the path to which the repository should be written (this
# repository must not already exist).  The second (optional) argument
# allows a --fs-type option to be passed to "svnadmin create".  The
# third (optional) argument can be specified to set the
# --bdb-txn-nosync option on a bdb repository:
ctx.output_option = NewRepositoryOutputOption(
    'smlnj-svn-sml', # Path to repository
    #fs_type='fsfs', # Type of repository to create
    #bdb_txn_nosync=False, # For bsd repositories, this option can be added
    )

# Use this output option if you would like cvs2svn to store the
# converted CVS repository into an SVN repository that already exists.
# The argument is the filesystem path of an existing local SVN
# repository (this repository must already exist):
#ctx.output_option = ExistingRepositoryOutputOption(
#    'svnrepo', # Path to repository
#    )

# Use this type of output option if you want the output of the
# conversion to be written to a SVN dumpfile instead of committing
# them into an actual repository:
#ctx.output_option = DumpfileOutputOption(
#    dumpfile_path='cvs2svn-dump', # Name of dumpfile to create
#    )


# Independent of the ctx.output_option selected, the following option
# can be set to True to suppress cvs2svn output altogether:
ctx.dry_run = False

# Change the following if cvs2svn should use "cvs" to read file
# versions out of *,v files.  (The default is to use "co", which is
# part of RCS, and is much faster):
ctx.use_cvs = False

# Set the name (and optionally the path) of some executables required
# by cvs2svn.  'co' is needed by default; 'cvs' is needed if
# ctx.use_cvs is set to True:
ctx.svnadmin_executable = 'svnadmin'
ctx.co_executable = 'co'
ctx.cvs_executable = 'cvs'
ctx.sort_executable = 'sort'

# Change the following line to True if the conversion should only
# include the trunk of the repository (i.e., all branches and tags
# should be ignored):
ctx.trunk_only = False

# Change the following line to True if cvs2svn should delete a
# directory once the last file has been deleted from it:
ctx.prune = True

# A list of encodings that should be tried when converting filenames,
# author names, log messages, etc. to UTF8.  The encoders are tried in
# order in 'strict' mode until one of them succeeds.  If none
# succeeds, then ctx.fallback_encoding is used in lossy 'replace' mode
# (if it is configured):
ctx.encoding = [
    #'latin1',
    'ascii',
    ]

# The encoding to use if all of the encodings listed in ctx.encoding
# fail.  This encoding is used in 'replace' mode, which always
# succeeds but can cause information loss.  To enable this feature,
# set the following value to the name of the desired encoding (e.g.,
# 'ascii').
ctx.fallback_encoding = None

# The basic strategy for converting symbols (this should usually be
# left unchanged).  A CVS symbol might be used as a tag in one file
# and as a branch in another file.  The purpose of ctx.symbol_strategy
# is to determine whether to convert a particular symbol as a tag or
# as a branch.

# A RuleBasedSymbolStrategy decides about each symbol based on a list
# of rules.  Rules can be added to this object.  The rules are tried
# one by one in order; the first rule that matches a given symbol is
# used.  It is a fatal error if no rule matches a symbol.
ctx.symbol_strategy = RuleBasedSymbolStrategy()

# To force all symbols matching a regular expression to be converted
# as branches, add rules like the following:
#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('branch.*'))

# retain certain branches
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('blume-private-devel'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('shao-private-devel'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('idlbasis-devel'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('primop-branch-2'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('primop-branch'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('dbm-branch-2005_09_20'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('dbmdev1-branch'))

ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('SMLNJ'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('smlnj'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('FLINT'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceBranchRegexpStrategyRule('ckit'))

# To force all symbols matching a regular expression to be converted
# as tags, add rules like the following:
#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceTagRegexpStrategyRule('tag.*'))

# tag releases
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ForceTagRegexpStrategyRule('release-.*'))

# To force all symbols matching a regular expression to be excluded
# from the conversion, add rules like the following:
#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('unknown-.*'))

# exclude everything else
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('[a-z][a-z]*-[0-9][0-9]*-.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('blume-head-tmp'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('blume-orig-.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('fang-shao-devel'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('fang-shao-devel'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('saha-.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('flint-.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('league-devel'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('blume2001.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('leunga-110_.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('blume-110_.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('mcz-.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('Root2-mcz'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('Release_.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('v[0-9].*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('.*root.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('.*tmp.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('sml-mode-.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('softs'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('start'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('.*export.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('Version.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('unlabeled.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('local.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('blume_.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('MJM'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('pre.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('lal-.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('home-.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('b1.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('blume-private-com.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('blume-Release_.*'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('debruijn'))
ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('release-110.8'))

#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('smlnj'))
#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('FLINT'))
#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('SMLNJ'))
#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('ckit'))

# Usually you want this rule, to convert unambiguous symbols (symbols
# that were only ever used as tags or only ever used as branches in
# CVS) the same way they were used in CVS:
#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(UnambiguousUsageRule())

# If there was ever a commit on a symbol, then it cannot be converted
# as a tag.  Uncomment the following line to convert such symbols
# automatically as branches:
#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(BranchIfCommitsRule())

# Last in the list can be a catch-all rule that is used for symbols
# that were not matched by any of the more specific rules above.
# Include at most one of these lines.  If none of these are included,
# then the presence of any ambiguous symbols (that haven't been
# disambiguated above) is an error:

# Convert all ambiguous symbols as branches:
#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(AllBranchRule())
# Convert all ambiguous symbols as tags:
#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(AllTagRule())
# Convert ambiguous symbols based on whether they were used more
# often as branches or tags:
#ctx.symbol_strategy.add_rule(HeuristicStrategyRule())

# Specify a username to be used for commits generated by cvs2svn.  If this options is set to None then no username will be used for such commits:
ctx.username = None
#ctx.username = 'cvs2svn'

# ctx.svn_property_setters contains a list of rules used to set the
# svn properties on files in the converted archive.  For each file,
# the rules are tried one by one.  Any rule can add or suppress one or
# more svn properties.  Typically the rules will not overwrite
# properties set by a previous rule (though they are free to do so).
ctx.svn_property_setters = [
    # Set the svn:executable flag on any files that are marked in CVS as
    # being executable:
    ExecutablePropertySetter(),

    # Omit the svn:eol-style property from any files that are listed as
    # binary in CVS:
    BinaryFileEOLStyleSetter(),

    # To read mime types from a file, uncomment the following line and
    # specify a filename:
    #MimeMapper('/etc/mime.types'),
    MimeMapper('/etc/httpd/mime.types'),

    # To read auto-props rules from a file, uncomment the following line
    # and specify a filename.  The boolean argument specifies whether
    # case should be ignored when matching filenames to the filename
    # patterns found in the auto-props file:
    #AutoPropsPropertySetter(
    #    '/home/username/.subversion/config',
    #    False,
    #    ),

    # If the file is binary and its svn:mime-type property is not yet
    # set, set svn:mime-type to 'application/octet-stream'.
    BinaryFileDefaultMimeTypeSetter(),

    # To try to determine the eol-style from the mime type, uncomment
    # the following line:
    #EOLStyleFromMimeTypeSetter(),

    # Choose one of the following lines to set the default svn:eol-style
    # if none of the above rules applied.  The argument is the
    # svn:eol-style that should be applied, or None if no svn:eol-style
    # should be set.
    #DefaultEOLStyleSetter(None)
    DefaultEOLStyleSetter('native'),

    # If svn:keywords has not been set yet, set it based on the file's
    # CVS mode:
    KeywordsPropertySetter(config.SVN_KEYWORDS_VALUE),

    # Uncomment the following line to include the original CVS revision
    # numbers as file properties in the SVN archive:
    #CVSRevisionNumberSetter(),

    ]

# The directory to use for temporary files:
ctx.tmpdir = 'tmp'

# To skip the cleanup of temporary files, uncomment the following
# option:
#ctx.skip_cleanup = True

# To prevent CVS commits from different projects from being merged
# into single SVN commits, change this option to False:
ctx.cross_project_commits = True

# Now use stanzas like the following to define CVS projects that
# should be converted.  The arguments are:
#
# - The filesystem path of the project within the CVS repository.
#
# - The path that should be used for the "trunk" directory of this
#   project within the SVN repository.
#
# - The path that should be used for the "branches" directory of this
#   project within the SVN repository.
#
# - The path that should be used for the "tags" directory of this
#   project within the SVN repository.
#
# - A list of symbol transformations that can be used to rename
#   symbols in this project.  Each entry is a tuple (pattern,
#   replacement), where pattern is a Python regular expression pattern
#   and replacement is the text that should replace the pattern.  Each
#   pattern is matched against each symbol name.  If the pattern
#   matches, then it is replaced with the corresponding replacement
#   text.  The replacement can include substitution patterns (e.g.,
#   r'\1' or r'\g<name>').  Typically you will want to use raw strings
#   (strings with a preceding 'r', like shown in the examples) for the
#   regexp and its replacement to avoid backslash substitution within
#   those strings."""

# Create the default project (using ctx.trunk, ctx.branches, and ctx.tags):
ctx.add_project(
    Project(
        'sf-cvsrepos/sml',
        'sml/trunk',
        'sml/branches',
        'sml/releases',
        symbol_transforms=[
            RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^Release_110_8$',
                                  r'unlabeled-110.8-throwaway'),
            RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^Release_(\d+)_(\d+)$',
                                  r'release-\1.\2'),
            #RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^release-(\d+)_(\d+)$',
            #                      r'release-\1.\2'),
            #RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^release-(\d+)_(\d+)_(\d+)$',
            #                      r'release-\1.\2.\3'),
            ],
        )
    )

ctx.add_project(
    Project(
        'sf-cvsrepos/pages',
        'pages/trunk',
        'pages/branches',
        'pages/releases',
        symbol_transforms=[
            RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^Release_110_8$',
                                  r'unlabeled-110.8-throwaway'),
            RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^Release_(\d+)_(\d+)$',
                                  r'release-\1.\2'),
            #RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^release-(\d+)_(\d+)$',
            #                      r'release-\1.\2'),
            #RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^release-(\d+)_(\d+)_(\d+)$',
            #                      r'release-\1.\2.\3'),
            ],
        )
    )

ctx.add_project(
    Project(
        'sf-cvsrepos/bugs',
        'bugs/trunk',
        'bugs/branches',
        'bugs/releases',
        symbol_transforms=[
            RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^Release_110_8$',
                                  r'unlabeled-110.8-throwaway'),
            RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^Release_(\d+)_(\d+)$',
                                  r'release-\1.\2'),
            #RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^release-(\d+)_(\d+)$',
            #                      r'release-\1.\2'),
            #RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^release-(\d+)_(\d+)_(\d+)$',
            #                      r'release-\1.\2.\3'),
            ],
        )
    )

# Add a second project, to be stored to projA/trunk, projA/branches,
# and projA/tags:
#ctx.add_project(
#    Project(
#        'my/cvsrepo/projA',
#        'projA/trunk',
#        'projA/branches',
#        'projA/tags',
#        symbol_transforms=[
#            #RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^release-(\d+)_(\d+)$',
#            #                      r'release-\1.\2'),
#            #RegexpSymbolTransform(r'^release-(\d+)_(\d+)_(\d+)$',
#            #                      r'release-\1.\2.\3'),
#            ],
#        )
#    )

# Change this option to True to turn on profiling of cvs2svn (for
# debugging purposes):
run_options.profiling = False

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