I have an issue using git with an svn repository that has been relocated.
Not only has it been relocated, but the revision numbers have been shifted 
while merged with another repository.

After some effort, I was able to use git-filter-branch to modify the 
"git-svn-id:" to change the URL and the revision number, and finally have 
git svn rebase working again.
But I can't merge that into other branches without getting conflicts 
related to old commits.

Is there another way to make this work?  Perhaps another way to graft it 
back together?  I know there is a git graft, but its not clear if it could 


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