There is this svn repository that has been relocated, and merged with 
another svn repository.
This means the URL has changed and the revision numbers have been offset.

I see a few methods while searching online, and the only one that came 
close to working was to use "git filter-branch --msg-filter" to modify the 
"git-svn-id:" tags.  I can get "git svn rebase" working again, but when I 
try to merge that into other git branches, I get unexpected conflicts 
related to old commits.
Is there any way to get this working again without using msg-filter and 
rewriting all these commits?

Clint

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