W dniu 07.02.2013 22:22, Philip Oakley pisze:
> From: Julian Sikorski
> Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2013 9:00 PM
> Hi,
> I have migrated an SVN repository to git using svn2git. The problem is
> that, for some reason, the branching points did not get ported over, so
> now I have the branches sort of parallel to one another. Is there a way
> to add the missing branching point? Thanks in advance.
> -- 
> If you know where they are, you can use Grafts to create the linkages
> (which are simply sha1 pairs), and then use 'git filter-branch' to bake
> them in. Though they may be too numerous for sort out this way.
> Grafts are not portable until 'baked in'. The filter-branch (baking in)
> will update all the sha1 so you get a new contiguous DAG (directed
> acyclic graph, aka the branching tree of commit linkages,
> http://think-like-a-git.net/)

Hmm, there are only two branching points involved, so it sounds doable.

> Philip
> -- 
> Regards,
> Julian

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