Git to TFS 2008 one way migration (with history)
I’m a newbie to Git. I’m exploring one-way one-time migration of Git repository to TFS (with history). I’m looking into plugin git–tfs. I couldn’t find any help/wiki/blog on this particular scenario. Can I use git-tfs checkin or git-tfs clone command in this case? Any examples would be great!! Thank you!!
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I was able to do it on test repository. Big thanks to Ivan Danilov. Here are exact steps:
- Download zip
- Unblock (right click file->properties->unblock) downloaded files (win 7 for me)
- Copy to C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin
- Now you should be able to run Git tfs commands.
- Create empty TFS target folder (assuming you are migrating to empty folder)
- Bind TFS to Git repository and then upload Git changes to TFS.
(Run commands in sequence):
git tfs init http://server:8080/tfs/collection $/project -d git tfs pull git rebase tfs/default git tfs rcheckin
Please note rebase is the key. It could be more complicated if you have branches etc and I haven’t tried those scenarios.
Please see this link and this link for more details.