When I ran the build of a git from an svn repository, I had to do the "git
svn clone" in order to get the branches from scratch. I then had to create
the new one as a "bare" *seperately*. You will then have two repositories
and then push the entire git svn repository to the new one. This works only
if you plan to replace the svn repository with a git version. If you are
going to use the svn repository as the base and use git on your local
platform, you will have to use "git svn dcommit" to update the svn
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