On Oct 13, 2011, at 8:12 PM, abgalphabet <arthur2...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I found that the hashcode of the same commit is different before and
> after i run "git svn dcommit".
> Is it a expected behavior or is it a bug?
do you use git svn rebase?
here's a good writeup:
> If it's not a bug, I would have a headache about this as i have a
> small team using git-svn. Everytime i pull all the changes from my
> colleagues (they clone from my git repo) and then dcommit (sync to
> SVN). All the hashcode are changed and i need all my colleague in the
> team to rebase again. that means they need do something like reset
> some commits (which are local commit to their git repo only) and pull
> again from my repo after svn sync.
> I hope i can describe the scenario clearly and anybody has an idea
> about that wheather on the git-svn config or the git-svn workflow.
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