Export git repository to svn
cloning an svn repository into git is easy with git-svn. However, I need to do it the other way round. I have a git repository lying around and want to import it into an empty (except from trunk, branches and tags folders) keeping all the commit information.
I cerate a git-svn-clone of the svn repo, pulled the git master and dcommitted. However the only commit I have in svn then is the one saying "merged from git"
I also tried the other way: Cloned the git repositoy and called git svn init but git keeps saying "Unable to determine upstream SVN information from HEAD history."
Is it somehow possible to create an svn repository from git?
I recently migrated a project to GitHub from Subversion but the current working local directory is still an SVN local repository. Due to complicated reasons it wouldn't be good to make a new git clone
Is it possible to migrate the source from a TFS repository to to one of the open version control systems while preserving history?
I am trying to migrate a part of SVN repository using svnadmin dump. The provided svndumpfilter tool doesn't manage copy/move/rename dependencies from directories not included in the export. Is there
I'm at my wit's end here with a git-to-svn setup I just created. I've setup a repository with two remote repos, one svn based and the other a remote git: svn-remote.svn.url=https://subversion.acme.com
I am following this thread Pushing an existing git repository to SVN to sync a git repository to svn. However I am stuck at git svn fetch git svn fetch RA layer request failed: REPORT of '/svnrepos/my
I'm using SVN for source control which is hosted by a repository hosting company. I'm considering migrating this to Git and testing the waters of migration by trying to migrate to a local Git instance
I have a SVN repository that looks something like this: branches ...various branches (none yet) tags ...various tags (none yet) trunk common doc extlib proj I run: git svn clone --stdlayout ht
There is no exact svn export equivalent command for git? Really? Beware: this is not a duplicate question. That is, I already know and have tested these commands: git clone --depth 1 <- Still down
I used reposurgeon to convert ma svn into a git repository here: (How do I convert an svn repo to git using reposurgeon?). It seems like it converted all tags to annotated tags. How can I change tha
Folks I'm facing repeated code conflicts while pulling from the shared git repo in the following scenario: There is a common svn repository There are several developers who track/sync this common svn
I've set up a git project based on a svn project, everything works fine. Now I would like my Jenkins to make an automated git svn dcommit every time the master branch changes. But the svn configurat
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 t
Currently I'm planning to help with a fairly large git conversion for an open-source project. The repository is quite large so trial & error is slow (over 60,000 commits). There are many questions
I am attempting to convert a svn repository to git. The layout of the svn repo has the branch/tag/trunk. When I do the conversion to git (git svn clone) I have the exact same layout. I get the branch,
From my previous question I understood that I have to change my SVN repository to a distributed VCS. So, currently, I: have an existing SVN repository, use Visual Studio 2010, use VisualSVN for both
I'm having a problem with git-svn dcommits making the git repository lose track of which commits are which. I try to make sure that the master branch in git always follows trunk in the SVN repository.
I have a local git repository which tracks a remote SVN repository via git svn. I have made and committed some changes in the local git repository, but now I'd like to create a branch that reflects SV
thanks to this post: How to import my local svn project to new created svn repository and keep history information, I know it's possible to export local SVN history into new repository. However, how y
I have an svn repository on my dedicated server (Centos 5.5) at /var/svn/myRepository. I just want to copy those files into my production folder /var/www/myWebapp. As far as I am understanding SVN I c
I have a project in SVN which has a plugins folder. Several of the plugins folders are git repositories -- I added them to my plugins folder using git clone. This has been working well for me but now
Running git on a Windows XP machine, using bash. I exported my project from SVN, and then cloned a bare repository. I then pasted the export into the bare repositories directory, and did a: git add -A
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 cloning an SVN repository using git-svn with the -s option (git svn clone http://server/repo -s), how does one create a branch or tag and have pushed to the relevant branch/tag directory in the
I'm trying to create a git repository that has several branches which each track a different svn repository. I want master to be a git-only branch, not one of the svn branches. Here's my initial setup
I'm using following command to export my repository to a local path: svn export --force svn://localhost/repo_name /share/Web/projects/project_name Is there any, quite easy (Linux newbie here) way to
I have exported tar.gz file from SVN. How can I create GIT repo from this?
I cloned an existing svn repo off a remote server locally using git-svn's git svn clone <orig_svn_repo_path>. I now want to setup a remote repo for only a particular branch out of several branch
How to override svn repository using subclipse? Or, in last case, by command line?
I've cloned a large SVN repository with many branches and tags. git svn fetch is stalling when it hits a certain commit where someone goofed and copied the root of the repository to a new tag instea
I have beem using git for quite some time now, mainly git-svn. Now I want to convince my colleagues to switch from svn to git. But unfortunaly the precondition is that the svn repository keeps on livi
I have a svn repository (with no TLB structure if it matters) which I want to use along with git. I can do a git-svn clone, work on my changes in the git repo and commit back to the svn repo whenever
I want to make a new SVN repository on server and use it from local PC to make code changes on server. I has been working with SVN, and GIT, and all of times, server support make a user aceess and ot
I have not been able to find a similar answer to my question. Situation: Locally using GIT (git version 220.127.116.11.msysgit.0) Remote repository is SVN (not sure of version) Problem: Clone an SVN repo, ad
I'm using git-svn to track an svn repository with several branches. One of the server branches I've been working with has been renamed in the svn repository. Git-svn doesn't seem to understand what's
I'm getting the following error on attempt to clone svn rep with git svn: eugene$ git svn clone https://my.site/svn/ here Initialized empty Git repository in /Users/eugene/Documents/workspace/test/her
One of my office developer uploaded videos to svn repository.Few days later he removed those videos but svn repository still showing very large sige.How could i decrease svn repository size.
I'm working with a git repository using git-svn. Everything went fine until the day the maintainers of the svn repository decided to move the repository to a different URL. How can I tell my git-svn c
I recently used git-svn to clone an SVN repository, for the purposes of maintaining my own branch of an open-source project. I'm also working with others on this branch, so we use a shared Git reposit
SVN offers external source link via svn:external feature. And I'm using a module from a Git repository. Can I use this Git repository as an external source? My module Git repository is in Github. So G
I am trying to clone the achartengine subversion repository running the following command: git svn clone http://achartengine.googlecode.com/svn -s achartengine However, after process finished a unnee
I have a project which requires to port a git repository to svn. I tried several ways posted on line, but none of them works for me up to now. If someone can help, I'll be really appreciated. Here's w
I'm involving in an Android project and it's uses SVN for source controlling. the reference link(URL) for the SVN repository has been changed due to an unavoidable reason. can I change the repository
I've a problem with Tortoise SVN on my local machine. I've tried to create repository folder, and got a message: Subversion reported an error while creating a repository! Make sure the folder is empt
I try to clone my SVN (assembla) repository to GIT one (bitbucket) I used bitbucket wizard importing code from SVN to GIT online But I got the following error: 23:58:39 svn import for: https://subver
I have a multi-project SVN repository that I am trying to convert into multiple Git repositories, one per project. That part I can handle with git-svn and I've found multiple HOWTO-type documents for
How can a large SVN repository (several GBs) with hundreds of branches be migrated to a Git repository? Not looking for them to work side by side, just a way to get rid of SVN. From some experiments I
I have a repository that is currently using Subversion, but I'd like to use Git locally. So I've checked it out with git-svn: git svn clone http://localserver/svn/repo Now, inside repo, I have a few d
My company currently uses SVN for it's repository. In order to get better merging and local branches/revisions I've been using git-svn over a subset of the larger repository. My company was recently p
How to export local repository maintained on mac platform to assembla SVN I tried exporting my repository then zip it and it import it into assemble, I get the following error each time. ERROR - Ther
I am getting ready to set up an SVN repository, and was wondering if anyone had a good example for a repo structure. I am currently thinking: Development .. Applications .... App1 ...... trunk ......