On Monday, March 24, 2014 6:32:16 PM UTC+1, Shankar Ram wrote:
> I had done a migration from svn to git until svn revision r (using git svn
> clone etc.)
> After that, I had some pure git commits on my git repo. In the meantime
> the svn repo was also active and there are a bunch of commits on svn too
> (revision x).
> Now, my question is how to take these commits (r+1 till x) in the git repo?
If you do a `git svn rebase`, your git-svn clone will be updated with the
latest changes from Subversion, and your local git commits will be played
back on top of those again. At some point you may want to commit your
changes back to the SVN repo, and that's what `git svn dcommit` is for.
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