How do I import an svn repository with a changing directory structure to git?
I have an svn repository where the original structure looked something like:
But then over time moves to the standard svn structure of:
Is there any way for svn2git or git svn to work with this? Alternatively, is there any way to re write svn history in a non-destructive way so that the repo has the default structure from the start?
It feels like I'm going to have to do this manually (i.e. identify the revisions where the directories change structure and write scripts that apply changes up to those point with a certain structure, and repeat until I have the whole history in the git repo).
That doesn't sound like much fun at all. HELP!
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