I have decided to do it the "right way" now as described in your site. I
have cloned svn from an earlier revision and will try to make my way up
anything I should be aware of before stitching all together ? I am only
~ month with git so not sure yet about where all the traps may lie.
if it's as simple as you describe in your site I might be OK.
On Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 8:22 AM, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
> 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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