since i'm still looking for a good way, to migrate our existing code base 
with lots of externals to git (and don't find a really suitable way) we 
came up with the idea to make flat copies of past revisions.
That means that the svn checkout of each revision should include all 
externals (most of them are peg-externals) so that commit in git is equal 
to the revision in svn except, that the svn repo uses externals whereas in 
git it is all in the repo.
Add the day of the migration all externals are then migrated and added as 

Does there exist such an option for git svn clone? 
If not, is it easier to write an own script or would it make sense, to 
adjust to "git svn clone" source?


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