I have a primary git repository for an opensource project I want to mirror all commits to a svn repository (on code.google.com), is it possible ?
I have a git svn repo. I have multiple release branches in here. I was preparing a new release and as part of it, I figured I’d do a “git rebase” from the previous release to pull over any changes that hadn’t been merged. So I set up my branches… git branch new_release remotes/svn-branches/new_release git […]
Could anyone explain this with keeping even the remote repositories in mind?
I have installed git and svn with homebrew on my mac running 10.7.4. There is a version of svn on my machine in /usr/bin which appears to be the version that git svn is using. $ git –version git version 22.214.171.124 $ svn –version svn, version 1.7.5 (r1336830) $ git svn –version git-svn version 126.96.36.199 […]
When running a git svn clone or git svn fetch against a large Subversion repository (100k+ commits), the fetch regularly stops with: Auto packing the repository in background for optimum performance. See “git help gc” for manual housekeeping. error: The last gc run reported the following. Please correct the root cause and remove .git/gc.log. Automatic […]
Am trying to do a git-svn clone to import all the files in SVN to GIT. The command that was given was this; git svn clone –stdlayout –ignore-paths='(/cache|/tmps|/file/conf/setting.xml)’ –authors-file=../authors.txt file:///svnFolder/local-repos/PRG PRG.git The above clones but the issue is it ignores all the files and folder that has cache and tmps. Like for instance it ignores […]
What is the best practice here? The repository in question is here: http://svn.osqa.net/svnroot/osqa/
I’ve seen a number of posts recently suggesting that if you have to do team development with an SVN repository, git is a better client than svn: a successful workflow with git how to use git-svn as the only subversion client you’ll ever need These articles seem to focus on the how, and skimp on […]
Our company uses (and supports!) SVN, but I tend to use git. What I want to try is to have git repository – one per project, project developers will be able to pull from this repository (and of course pull from each other if they will want to). But I still want to push all […]
I’m using git-svn to work against svn repository. The layout is standard, and I have created the local repository with: $ git svn clone -s http://mysvnrepo (master)$ I need to work on a remote (svn) branch – MyBranch, so I created a local branch to track the remote one: (master)$ git checkout -b localMyBranch remotes/MyBranch […]