How to create git remote branch for svn repository
I am using GIT on top of one centralized SVN repository. The SVN repository only contains trunk, no tags and branches. What I did before is using git svn to clone the remote repository to my local git workspace, I am the only developer works on it so everything works well.
Now, few more developers come in and we should work on this svn repository, what I want to create remote git branches for the subversion trunk, so that all developers can work together on these git branches. I do not want to create subversion branches because they are too heavy. But after doing some search, it seems like git svn does not support this feature, or am I missed something?
I've been also thinking that make my git local branch remote to share with other developers, but not sure if this works either.
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