On Tuesday, January 22, 2013 11:11:00 AM UTC+1, Luís de Sousa wrote:

> Dear all,
> I have a basic SVN repo with a few tags marking code releases organised 
> the following way:
> /src
> /releases
>    /0.1
>    /0.2
>    /0.3
>    ....
> Where *src* is the trunk and all sub-folders of *releases* are tags 
> created with *svn copy*. I've managed to migrate this repo using *git svn*, 
> but the tags are not recognised as tags nor branches, git svn simply 
> replicates the folder structure. I hape tried *svn2git*, but it doesn 
> work on my system[1]. I've also tried some tutorials[2], but these don't 
> seem to apply to my particular repo structure.
> What would be correct procedure on this case? Thank you,
Use the --tags parameter to specify where the tags are (relative to your 
clone url): http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/git-svn.html 

This will first turn them into git branches. Convert them into Git tags as 
explained here: http://thomasrast.ch/git/git-svn-conversion.html - under 
the section "Changing tagging commits to tags"


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