Hi,

I use git svn for work, but I followed this link for getting setup:
http://progit.org/book/ch8-1.html

At work, we don't use seperate branches on the subversion server. I use local branches in git to accomplish my tasks. I merge the branch & master together before commit to the svn server (after another rebase of course ;) ).

I'm not sure if that helps, but I hope it does.

Bryce


On 03/16/2011 08:39 AM, Hillel (Sabba) Markowitz wrote:
I created a git repository using the instructions in
http://blog.tfnico.com/2010/08/syncing-your-git-repo-with-subversion.html
and it seems to be set up correctly. The svn fetch repository has
branches as

* master
remotes/branch1
remotes/branch2

while the bare repository (for the team to pull from and push to)  just has

* master


In the svn repository should I run

git branch branch1 remotes/branch1
git branch branch2 remotes/branch2

In that case, should I push

git push origin branch1
git push origin branch2
git push origin master

Or is there a way to handle the pushing fully without specifying what
needs to be pushed?

For example would "git push origin" be sufficient?

When keeping the fetch repository up to date do I always use "git svn
rebase" or do I need to do "git svn fetch" to keep the branches up to
date?

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