On Thu, 21 Jan 2016 03:23:55 -0800 (PST)
Björn Keil <schattenk...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> I am having a little trouble with importing an Subversion repository
> with a somewhat unusual layout:
> - *trunk/ *- The normal development trunk
> - *branches/ *- Perfectly normal branches folder. The subfolders
> (not branches itself) contain basically a different version of trunk.
> - *tags/ - *Hardly ever used, but it is there.
> - *live/ - *this *is *a branch, unlike the directory "branches/",
> which only *contains *branches.
> I've tried
> git svn clone \
> --trunk=trunk/ \
> --branches=branches/ --branches=live \
> --tags=tags \
> --prefix=origin/ \
> and while it seems to process revisions that concern changes in live/
> I don't see how to access it. Is there a way to treat the "live/"
> directory in SVN as though it was "branches/live/" upon Git import
> without actually changing the Subversion repository? Or maybe do it
> after the initial "clone", but then I need the "rebase" to still work.
Just out of curiousity, will it do what you want with
git svn clone \
--branches=branches/ --branches=/ \
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