Ok so I am sorry if this is not the right place but I didn't know where
else to ask. Its kind of a stupid question and I have been up and
down Google but the answer is either in front of me or its no where.
So I have an SVN repository as such:
Now according to every piece of information to get this same layout or
something similar since svn doesn't actually create branches and tags it
creates "places" and then in git the tags and the branches are actually
created to branches this command should work:
*git svn clone -s -r ##:HEAD svn://path/to/project*
to give me:
*master* -- the svn trunk
*clean* -- the branch from svn
instead all I see is master.
so I thought ok lets do: *git branch -a*
all I see is master.
Can some one explain why when I have a branch named clean git is not seeing
it when it clones the svn repo and and creating it?
this would be very much appreciated if some one can answer this.
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