PowerShell Script filesDownload the files here.
Change and replace the following urlChange https://your fogbugz root url to be your root url for fogbugz. For example, if your companies fogbugz url is something like https://secure.bbc.com/FogBugz/default.asp, then your root url will be https://secure.bbc.com
Obtaining a Kiln TokenThe first thing you need to do before you can use this script is to obtain a Kiln token. Copy and alter the following link in your browsers URL https://your fogbugz root url/FogBugz/api.asp?cmd=logon&email=[yourEmail]&password=[yourpassword]
Changing the text in square brackets (and also removing the brackets).
You should receive something like this:
Take the token text: ymjt123f8882a6s7td0j8eefa6u2g8 and paste it into the powerShell script (edit your local copy instead of the SVN one)
Running the scriptStart PowerShell and run the script passing in the root path of your Kiln repos.
Will it clone everything?It could, including branches, but by default I've set it not to clone QA/PROD/UAT repos, or branches.
How to clone branches
How to clone QA/PROD/UAT reposModify the function CanCloneRepo() which is used to filter out repos you may not want.
If you want all repos, simply return 1; from this function.
This script will also remove repository folders from your drive where the repo no longer exists in Kiln!This prevents orphaned code on your drive. However, if you don't want this functionality, simply remove the following code situated at right the bottom of the script:
By leaving the above code in, your repository folder structures will be standardised to how its organised in Kiln. I've tested it and it works. Have faith ;-)