On Sat, Jul 14, 2012 at 7:41 AM, Felix Natter <fnat...@gmx.net> wrote:
> when converting a repo from bzr to git:
> mkdir freeplane-git1
> cd freeplane-git1
> git init .
> bzr fast-export --plain --export-marks=../marks.bzr ../trunk/ | git
> fast-import --export-marks=../marks.git
> git checkout
> Empty directories are not contained in the git working index. This is
> because of the --plain option, which "Excludes metadata to maximise
> interoperability" and thus does not support empty directories
> However, when I use "--no-plain" (which according to above documentation
> exports empty directories), git cannot handle it:
> $ ./freeplane2git.sh
> Initialized empty Git repository in /home/felix/git/freeplane-git1/.git/
> 15:56:09 Calculating the revisions to include ...
> 15:56:09 Starting export of 4290 revisions ...
> fatal: This version of fast-import does not support feature commit-properties.
> fast-import: dumping crash report to .git/fast_import_crash_3915
> bzr: broken pipe
> I already tried to hack bzr-fastimport's exporter.py so that it does not
> emit commit properties but emits empty directories but i was not
> So is there another way to preserve empty directories or shall I report
> a bug on bzr fast-export?
> Many thanks in advance!
I would suggest hacking it to optionally not emit commit properties as step one.
A later enhancement would be to optionally create directories with
empty .gitignore files, or something similar. git really doesn't care
about empty directories.
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