I thought I should add a few more details.  I'm using https to access the
SVN server.  I was expecting that all commits in Git would go through the
same gateway from where the original source came from, but according to the
following website, that's a bad idea.

http://blog.tfnico.com/2010/10/gitsvn-5-centralized-git-svn-mirror.html

<http://blog.tfnico.com/2010/10/gitsvn-5-centralized-git-svn-mirror.html>I
can see how this works and I like the idea, although what would happen if
people share code in the Git repository before submitting into SVN?  Will
there be a collision?  What would happen if one person submitted into SVN
someone else's changes?

On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 2:17 PM, Robert Duff <kalib...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I'm setting up a shared git-svn gateway, but am running into a few
> problems.  The one I'm stuck on now is this:  I want all commits that
> occurred in Git to be submitted back into SVN as the correct user.  No
> matter what I try to do, all dcommits go into SVN as myself.  How can I
> submit into SVN as the Git commiter?
>
> Much thanks in advance,
>
> Rob
>

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