On 17 Wrz, 05:55, Jeenu <jee...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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.
after git svn clone you have all data copied to local machine.
When You are at 'master' which points to not correct branch do:
* git -m master trash # rename current branch
* git checkout -b master trunk # create local 'master' branch tracked
to remote 'trunk'
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