Git-svn cannot trace history outside the given trunk and branches in the
standardlayout (trunk and branches). You need to analyze these junctions
and figure out where in the SVN tree the history comes from. Then you have
to make a new clone for each junction and splice them using grafting, as I
described in an earlier post.
On Thursday, July 19, 2012 5:30:38 PM UTC+2, Gabby Romano wrote:
> It doesn't work.
> it seems there are junctions in the svn tree which git-svn don't know what
> to do and hence stop. since the follow-parent option is turned on
> by default according to the docs, I need to search for other options. new
> ideas are welcomed.
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