I recently tried to pull the whole of SVN repository (and it's big)
with git svn. The command I used is:

git svn clone --stdlayout <svn_url>

The SVN repository itself had trunk/branches/tags layout. But what
happened when I finished the cloning is that master has been set to a
branch (the last one fetched, I guess), where I expected it to be set
to be the trunk. Is this the expected behavior? If not what should
have been the proper command to get master set to trunk?

Also, for what I have now, what's the best way to set master to the
trunk branch? Checking out back and forth is a pain since it's big.
Any other related tips are appreciated.

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