On Mon, 22 Jul 2013 13:53:45 -0700 (PDT)
Brian Dukes <dukes.br...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It now tells me that masteris up to
> date, but it hasn't applied any of the new commits from SVN. Calling
> git svn fetch now completes in a few seconds. So, it seems somewhere
> git svn thinks that it has the commits and has applied them, but it
I'm not familiar with git-svn on this scale, but consider doing two
* Look into tip commits of branches of interest: each commit git-svn
records contains an additional field, Git-Svn-Id, in its message,
which binds this commit to its counterpart in the paired Subversion
repo. This might provide some hint for you.
* Look into .git/config as git-svn stores certain specific setup
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