I've done a lot of SVN to CVS imports, but nothing from CVS.. 

You could have a loot at the git-cvs tagged questions at StackOverflow: 

One answer that caught my eye was this one:


"git cvsimport" has many known bugs and should not be considered a reliable 
> means of converting from CVS to git. I recommend cvs2svn (in particular its 
> cvs2git mode), which is very flexible and will preserve all of your CVS 
> history. I would use the trunk version of cvs2svn, as it has many 
> improvements compared to the latest released version (2.3.0).

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