Grab revisions from SVN and merge with git repository?
I have an SVN branch with several commits that I want to export and merge into a git repository based on the same code (but without the changes). How do I do that?
I have tried creating a new git repo using git svn and then merging to git repos together, but that marked every single line in conflicting files as a conflict. Can I force it to run a proper diff instead of just marking everything as a conflict?
Update. I ended up creating a branch and copy-pasting files from svn there, then did a merge with another branch. Nasty, but it worked.
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