GaryP writes:

> I have a local git repository.  I also have a bare repository on another
> machine for security.  No one other than me uses either.
> For various reasons, I need to attach the work I've done in this local git
> repo onto an existing (remote) svn repository.  My entire working tree will
> hang on the svn tree as a new directory.
> When I've done that, I'll need to keep the svn repo updated with with the
> work I continue to do on my local git repository.  I assume that this part
> will simply be "git svn rebase" and "git svn dcommit", etc.
> How can I move the contents of my git repo and its history to an svn
> directory?

I can recommend taking a look at subgit[1], especially if you are
planning on doing this git<->svn mirroring long term.



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