Well this is definitely the cause of my project names not being found at all:

DEBUG -- Compare `games@squirrel-scavenger` -> `io-inflate?
DEBUG -- Compare `games@squirrel-scavenger` -> `projects?
DEBUG -- Compare `games@squirrel-scavenger` -> `native-code-powerpc?
DEBUG -- Compare `games@squirrel-scavenger` -> `wintercoat?
DEBUG -- Compare `games@squirrel-scavenger` -> `basic-assets?
DEBUG -- Compare `games@squirrel-scavenger` -> `doclet-markdown?
DEBUG -- Compare `games@squirrel-scavenger` -> `bootstrap-javase-bridge?

It is not comparing the namespace at all.


Going to mirror PhoneME. PhoneME has a horrible repository layout however being that it is SVN and has multiple "sub-SVN" repositories in it. Essentially there are directories of branches, trunk, and tags throughout the repository. So converting it will be very fun indeed. I am thinking of having it where in Git, each of those. Well, technically I could do it with fossil, then export those to git, merge all of the branches and such together into a single repository, then convert it back to fossil as such. I suppose first I would do a flat conversion where everything is just trunk. This way I can load it in fossil and see which components need to exist. Fossil's SVN import does have branch renaming however, so that will work well. Git can do prefixes also though. However, the repository itself is 20,547 commit. Although it was last touched about 5 years ago. It would be good to have a backup of all the code for sanity purposes. But one thing I can do in fossil is view a union of everything and then essentially just see which parent directories contain trunk, branches, and tags. Then make repositories for each "component". Converting it will be pretty done entirely in script form, for sanity purposes.


This PhoneME repository is huge and will take quite awhile to process, perhaps the conversion process (even scripted) may take a few days to complete since it is so large.


The ProjectDirectory should be renamed so that I can have an abstract base class for the sources and binaries.