Thank you ! 

I suppose that there is no formal way to import all of these in git. Is n't 
it? I expected that there would be such documented procedure or command(!) 
in git (or other version control systems) to help newcomers to import their 
old changes (commits)...

Best regards,


On Monday, November 24, 2014 2:55:12 PM UTC+2, Konstantinos Mavroudakis 
> I am preparing to move the source code for a project to git. There was no 
> other version control in the past. I maintained old versions of file: 
> "myfile" with change dates at the end as follows: myfile-d20130629, 
> myfile-d20140223 myfile-d20141019 etc. "myfile" is the latest version.
> Is there a way (using git or other means) to integrate these old files to 
> git under "myfile" name versioning preserving the individual old commits 
> e.g (commit d20130629, commit d20140223 commit d20141019)?
> Moreover, is it possible to add the correct (past) date in each one of 
> these commits?

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