Git import/export into SVN as a regular workflow?
Randal Schwartz says that he uses Git's SVN import/export feature when he has to interact with SVN repositories. He pulls the project from SVN, does all his local edits/saves with Git then once done pushes the changes back to the SVN repository. Is this really a worthwhile process for daily use with a SVN repositories rather than just using SVN straight up? Especially if your end repository has to be SVN.
I've cloned a replicated svn repository (svnsync to local file system). All the branches etc. are now available in git. Now i would like to start working on svn branches git checkout remotes/B_XYZ a
I have a number of git projects created as clones of SVN repositories using git-svn. We have migrated our SVN repositories to a new provider so the URL has now changed. How can I update the remote SVN
We are currently using SVN, but considering moving to Git to support our new workflow, which relies heavily on rebase. We're considering a development workflow where each individual feature is develop
First sorry about my poor English. I used to use at git. git diff -rHEAD:HEAD^ But svn doesn't have HEAD^ How can I indicate the previous of HEAD revision number easily? Thanks in advance.
I've been using Git for a while, and I'd like to convert my usual workflow to Mercurial. In particular, I'm interested in converting the workflow I would use to contribute to a Git project in order to
I use git-svn as a 'better' svn client. Sometimes I work from home on my laptop, which has IP connectivity to my main PC. Whats is the best way to move changes between my laptop and main PC? For exa
I am new to git, I am now want to leave sch and use git. Is there any method can move svn to git with all its svn externals with tortoisegit. I have tried the function git clone but it doesn't work. T
I'm new to git, and am using a centralized workflow, similar to svn. I'd like to periodically know what my status is compared to the central repo. For example, if I run the following commands... $ git
I've read a great deal of go from svn to git and other git-svn workflow articles on the web, and still I think they often deal with overly simple situations. They are often targeted at guys who ju
With svn-git, how can I see what is about to be committed with git svn dcommit? Here are the commands I run: git svn clone file:///svn/test1 test1-git cd test1-git echo first line > test1.txt git
I'm about to migrate my SVN repo to GIT. I'm going to use svn2git which uses the git-svn. Is there any way the process modifies the SVN repo? since obviously this is very sensitive to change, I want t
I'm hitting the following error while running git svn fetch: Complex regular subexpression recursion limit (32766) exceeded at /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/YAML/Loader.pm line 517, <$IN> line 1.
I'm new to GIT and recently we moved our project from SVN to GIT. While moving the code-base we created GIT master repository from SVN TRUNK repo and left rest of code-base in SVN as it is. Meantime w
I would like to ditch SVN for Git. My current SVN repository setup has projects under trunk (/trunk/projecta, /trunk/projectb, etc. with tags and branches at /tags/projecta-1.0, etc.). I would like to
When I clone our svn repo using git svn i pass it arguments to tell it where the head, branches, tags... etc are and it pulls the main code base properly. in addition to trunk and branches we also hav
Now I make every time a zip file of all my files to make backups. But then I heard about svn und later I read that git is better than svn. Can someone suggest me with which I should start learning?
I'm trying to run git for my local repository and use SVN for my central repository to a CodePlex project. I downloaded the most recent version of msysgit, but the SVN support doesn't appear to be wor
I'm using Git-Svn to interact with a Svn repository at work and I can't seem to find a way to effectively resolve conflicts for the life of me. I've read the other questions on this topic, but evident
Disclaimer: Things would be simpler had I known about git-svn at the start. I had a large codebase in SVN, and crudely got it situated in git. Work life was very painful without fast, efficient branch
I've recently dived into Git and maybe I'm over complicating this but I'm trying to figure out the best workflow for the following: I have created a 'backbone' or 'base' of sorts for themes similar to
I run the following: git svn clone --stdlayout --no-metadata -A users.txt -r 3760:4662 svn://kumquat.geoplan.ufl.edu/Projects/S4-Geocoding S4-Geocoding-SVN.git It begins running and runs fine for a w
Please provide tips for effectively using git with svn. What are your best practices?
Is there any way to use git-svn from within Netbeans. I'm currently working on a project that uses svn, and I'd like to at least use git locally.
I'm an individual dev that started using Git (Git Extensions on Windows) several days ago mainly to allow working on my code from multiple computers. I'm slowly getting the gist of it. But my main pro
We have been looking at the git workflow on the Atlassian website https://www.atlassian.com/git/workflows#!workflow-gitflow And based on that we have come up with our own spin on this workflow, which
I am developing using git but I have to publish via svn. That's why I've set up git-svn (by git svn clone). My usual workflow is like this: git svn rebase # get local git repository up-to-date git add
I am working to setup a local git that bases it's repository on a SVN store. All looks ok but how do I link a work item id with a comment to svn store when I run git svn dcommit?
I'm trying to convert an existing SVN repository to GIT using git-svn clone but versioned files with special characters in the filename like ö are showing as Ã¶ after migration. Obviously, git-svn
I'm modifying an open-source project that's stored in an SVN repo. Since my changes will likely take a while to complete, I've checked the project out as a Git repo using the git-svn bridge. I don't h
I am using git-svn with the following workflow now git clone <SVN TRUNK URL> #done once subsequently when I work on a feature git branch featureZ git checkout featureZ #make edits for featureZ
We're currently using git and I tried to come up with a reasonable workflow for people to use, but there's currently one issue that I'm not sure how to resolve. If there is a conflict when we do the m
A little background: I have a project that used to be in an SVN repository, that had an svn:external folder from outside of the project tree. This external folder is very essential and is required to
I'm using TortoiseGit on Windows XP. My team all use a central svn server as our central canonical code repository. It's all run on a windows network. I work locally with git, then use git-svn dcomm
Hey guys, im looking for some advice on how to properly structure the workflow for my team with git & github. we are recent svn converts and its kind of confusing on how we should best setup our d
Stupid question and treat me as completely a newbie to version control. I'm new to Git (I've used subversion before, but just the basics) I understand the basics of Git and its branching commands, I
I have a code base that needs to be tracked by both git and svn due to two teams working on the code with different practices. The problem I am having is that git is storing all the .svn directories i
Need some help with organizing branches and workflow. Preconditions: 10 developers with git, 0 unit tests coverage, 10^5 lines of code. In our repo with have master branch which acts as production. Ea
So, I know this has been asked to death, but in all of my countless hours of searching I've yet to figure this out completely. So here's the workflow I have: Production (live) environment is only upd
I'm currently working a very simple git workflow using feature branches and rebasing on to master before pushing. git checkout -b feature .. make some commits git checkout master git pull If there a
Background I'm adding some features to a project that uses subversion - I'm using git-svn to clone it to my local repository, git-svn rebase to keep with the recent changes in the official trunk and k
I work at a company that tracks what could be viewed as multiple projects under one SVN repository. Therefore, when I git-svn cloned said repository, I did it into multiple git-svn repositories. Howev
After my first question, id like to have a confirmation about the best git workflow in my case. I have a single django project, hosted at github, and differents clones with each his own branch : custo
I am reading about git rebase workflow and I think I get the basic idea, but my problem is that all the tutorials that I stumbled upon don't discuss the situation where you have something like this:
I have been using git and github with my small team of developers for our projects. I can't help but think that we aren't doing it right. I am interested to hear how others use this workflow within th
I've recently setup a Gitolite Ubuntu server, along with repositories and users (within groups). Everything is going swimmingly for things actually working. In my Git research, I've found a specific G
My team and I are working off a codebase that uses SVN for version control. This is my first time using SVN; prior to this I've used Git exclusively. Today we showcased the version of our app which is
I'm using git-svn to checkout a standard SVN repository such as this one: http://example.com/ - trunk - branches - tags with this command: git svn clone -s http://example.com/ The problem is that gi
How to replace the trunk branch with another in svn repository using git-svn tool?
I am working with a developer that is new to git, and I would like to setup a git workflow that would let me auditing the commits made by this developer (and possibly reject them) without forcing him
I have SVN hosted and want to convert to Git and put it back into the hosted repository as Git. I am on windows. I have been using Tortoise Git since I've been using Tortoise SVN and love it. And so I