On Thursday, January 30, 2014 10:04:30 PM UTC+1, Zk W wrote:
> Hi All
> We are tasked to move a code branch named "A" within SVN repo to Git.
> We also have trunk merges going on between "A" and trunk in SVN.
> Is it possible to set up with Git and SVN such that
> 1) Trunk changes in SVN could be propagated to Git version control ?
> If not, how can we resolve this need with an efficient setup ?

What are you trying to achieve here? Why are you moving just one branch to 

If you just want to start using Git while still keeping the project in SVN, 
try out git-svn. You can clone parts (like the "A" branch) to a Git 
repository, while still being able to sync with SVN. I've got a bunch of 
how-to's here: http://www.tfnico.com/presentations/git-and-subversion

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