Moving time: From CVS to Subversion
So, I'm waiting for the other shoe to drop. After making sure things seemed reasonably stable post-server-move, I migrated my CVS repository here to Subversion. There were one or two tiny bumps in the road-- such as a default setting in Apache to deny access to anything starting with .ht (ie. .htaccess)-- but so far, so good. ViewCVS appears to support Subversion, and I've also discovered an alternate frontend called WebSVN. I like ViewCVS better, but WebSVN offers RSS feeds on commits.
One consequence to this move is that soon, when I take down everything related to CVS, I'll have plenty of broken links (since I frequently link to ViewCVS pages for my projects). So, I think my next step will be to set up some redirects to a reasonable number of things for continuity's sake.
So, anyway... if you've been keeping up with
dbagg3, the action's not in CVS anymore. It's here:
Alternately, you can also peek at things here:
(Can you see one reason why I like ViewCVS so much better?)