Hi, Wolfgang Denk wrote:

> Is there a way to make "git cvsimport" create branches in git for any
> branches it encounters in the CVS repository?
That's what it does.

> All my imports so far show just a linear line of development, and CVS
> branch information seems lost.

Umm, exactly what did you do to visualize that? "gitk origin" obvioously
shows only one branch, because CVS doesn't have merge infe. Use
"gitk $(cat .git/revs/heads/*)" to show everything.

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