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A Python module that wraps the CM Synergy command line interface
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CCMHistory.py
DirectoryObject.py
FileObject.py
ProjectObject.py
README.md
SynergyObject.py
SynergySession.py
SynergySessions.py
SynergyUtils.py Populate cache when getting all objects in a project Feb 21, 2012
TaskObject.py
add_project_snapshot_to_git.py Don't fail if there is no file to delete Nov 16, 2011
ccm_cache.py
ccm_fast_export.py Minor fix and log update! Jun 25, 2012
ccm_history_to_graphs.py
ccm_objects_in_project.py
ccm_types.py
configuration.conf.sample
convert_history.py
do_history_conversion.py Added do_history_conversion to output synergy history as git fast imp… Dec 8, 2011
get_snapshot.py
get_synergy_history.py
load_configuration.py
populate_ccm_cache.py
user.py
users.py

README.md

PySynergy

ccm -> git converter

HOWTO

Create a configuration.conf file with the info needed for your setup, look in the configuration.conf.sample.

Run get_synergy_history.py and the converter will start quering the Synergy database for project info. Data will be stored in two places: ccm_cache_path from the config will store all Synergy objects as so they can easily and fast be be loaded again. The release and task structure and how everything is linked together is stored in the PySynergy folder.

To do the actual conversion run do_convert_history.py and pipe this to git fast-import or a file for later import through git fast-import

Done!

For the conversion of synergy data to git data you'll need to have pygraph installed.

NOTE

If you need assistance or help in migrating from Synergy to git, don't hesitate to contact me at aske.olsson@switch-gears.dk

I'm currently not having access to any Synergy servers, so development on PySynergy is slow, if not stopped.

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