On Wednesday, July 18, 2012 3:47:14 PM UTC+2, Gabby Romano wrote:
> Hi - I would like to move from svn to git. i would like to start from a 
> certain branch on svn and look back on trunk 1 year or so and start the 
> import from there.
> I am using git-svn tool. the thing is that when I did that, I ended up 
> with having only partial history in git and not all the way back. I guess 
> that is because branches were created along time and git-svn doesn't 
> "follow" the history correctly, or I am not passing the right parameters to 
> the tool. what is the correct way to to this in order to have the history I 
> want in my git repository at the end of the process ? (btw, I don't want to 
> keep the layout of T,B, etc )


Please tell us exactly what commands you already tried.

Also provide us with a description of your svn repo structure, and say 
which parts/branches/history were successfully imported already. 

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