Re: [ljc] Migrating from SVN to GIT

From: Alex B.
Sent on: Tuesday, June 5, 2012 10:24 PM
Doesn't this just do the same as specifying:

git svn clone --trunk=trunk/MyProj­ect

for each of the 'MyProject's that you want to parse?

Alex

On 5 Jun 2012, at 22:01, Richard Gomes wrote:

> Hello chaps,
> 
> For those migrating from SVN to GIT, this link may be useful:
>      https://github.com...­
> 
> It is particularly useful in those cases you have a monolithic SVN 
> repository.
> This is very common if you had your project hosted in SourceForge, for 
> example. When you migrate to GIT, typically you will be splitting your 
> sub-projects from SVN onto separate projects in GIT.
> 
> I hope it helps
> 
> Richard Gomes
> 
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