On Fri, Sep 29, 2000 at 03:36:34PM +0100, Noel Carroll wrote:
> I'm kicking around ideas for useful open source development work at the
> moment and one thing thats sprung to mind is a converter for Visual
> SourceSafe databases to CVS to help people who are making the switch. I've
> seen VSS down so much here that I reckon we might change at some point and
> probably other places change every day. Anyway, has anyone got any
actually i don't see many change. two stumbling blocks:
where are the click and drool interfaces?
no locks! waaaaah!
and then there's that issue with cvs not supporting remote sites. sigh.
> backgrounders on the VSS file format? Also does anyone know anything about
> similar projects already up and running or just general information that
> might be useful?
i think vss uses a database. and they call .c files documents. freaks.
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