On Monday, December 30, 2013 11:21:54 AM UTC+1, Алексей Яблоков wrote:
> Hi!
> I have two assumptions:
>    1. It takes SVN revisions without corresponding Git commit (by 
>    gin-svn-id).
>    2. It takes SVN revisions upwards Git branch refs/remotes/git-svnpoints to.
> That do you think?
I believe the information of what is already fetched is stored 
in .git/svn/refs/remotes/[svn remote name/[ref-name]/ - there's a log file, 
and a .rev_map file (binary) that I imagine contains the information. I 
think they recently updated the git svn docs to explain more about this.

If the information is not found there, it will be reconstructed using the 
git-svn-id's in the log (unless the repo was initialized with 


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