On Sat, Sep 14, 2013 at 03:48:13AM -0700, Philipp Kraus wrote:
> Hello,
> I would like to use Git with a SVN, so I try to clone the SVN repo
> with "git svn clone svn://myserver", it is a repo without trunk etc.
> Git reports the error "Couldn't find a repository". The SVN repo
> uses an authentification (username & password) and a normal svn
> checkout works well.
> How can I use the SVN repo with Git?

Start with having a look at the `git svn` man-page (`git svn --helpĀ“).
Read up on the parameters to the `clone` command: -T, -t, -b,

If that doesn't help you out then come back here with the SVN folder
structure so it becomes easier to help you out.


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