Have you tried using the -s or --stdLayout option?

On Mar 13, 7:56 pm, kineticac <kineti...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm migrating our SVN repository to Git using the following 
> tutorial:http://notahat.com/posts/25
> Everything works great getting the svn trunk into the new git
> repository.  It's a bare repository because it's shared and there's no
> use having a copy there if we can just use a bare representation of
> it.
> I was hoping that all my tags and branches would be automatically
> moved into git remote branches, but how to do this I am not sure.  I
> could manually create tons of remote branches and painfully merge all
> our svn branches in, but that would take hundreds of hours.
> Is there anyway I can get my SVN tags and branches into our git remote
> repository?
> Thanks!!
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