On Thursday, August 9, 2012 6:24:22 PM UTC+2, adrienk wrote:
> 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.

You're asking in the right place, so no need to apologize for that :)

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.

There *should* be a branch in your git-svn clone, as far as I can see. It 
will only be shown when you do git branch -a, like you do, if it was 
working that is.

So there is something fishy going on. 

My first idea would be that you have cloned a limited revision range that 
does not include any commits into the 'clean' branch. It could be that it 
is therefore not picked up as a branch.

Try leaving out the -r argument and do the git-svn clone again from scratch 
to a new directory, and see if that helps. This will scan the entire SVN 
history for commits (and branches).

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