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Is there some form of SVN to Jazz connector available?

Mark Tovey (11) | asked Feb 24 '16, 2:50 p.m.
We use Jazz for our source code control.  However, we are about to deploy an application that is tied to SVN for its source code management.  It is not possible to change this application to use any other system, so we are wondering if there is any sort of SVN to Jazz connector available.  The idea is that the application would "think" it is talking to a SVN system, but in fact it is a Jazz system at the other end.  If this is not possible, then I am going to be forced to build a SVN system, and then we will have two repositories that we will have to maintain, something that I am trying hard to avoid.

Donald Nong commented Mar 02 '16, 4:48 a.m.

A connector or adapter doesn't do what you describe. You are after some kind of "proxy".

What is this new "application"? Is it another IDE? Without knowing its nature, it's difficult to suggest any alternatives.

For general guidance on SVN and RTC integration, see the below document.

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sam detweiler (12.5k6194201) | answered Mar 02 '16, 7:56 a.m.
about the only thing you can do is create a wrapper for the RTC commands that implement the SVN operations the application will use.

this wrapper could be shell scripts or some java/c#/... program.

because the application probably uses a subset of all the SVN operations, this might not be too bad.

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