On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 6:38 PM, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
> The trick is to first clone the bare repository, and then do a git svn init
> inside it, so it can be used for dcommitting.
> There are two ways to set up a repository that you can dcommit from:
> 1) git svn clone (takes ages with big repositories)
> 2) git clone existing repository, and then do git svn init inside of it.
> I assume you have done git svn clone once to create the fetching repo. You
> pushed all content to the bare repo.
> Now, developers can clone the bare repo, do git svn init inside of it, and
> then they can dcommit from there, instead of having to do their own git svn
I am not sure what you mean
git clone bare-url gitdir
git svn init svn-url gitdir
Would this set up the local repo?
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