On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 3:40 AM, Russell Myers <mez...@russellmyers.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to take a Git repository which has never been in Perforce
> and push it to Perforce and having difficulty.
> I know that I could create another Git repository that has some
> commits in it cloned from Perforce and rebase on top of that; however,
> the repository I'm trying to import is rather large and rebasing would
> require me to change many merge commits. I'd like to avoid doing this.
> The repository has many thousands of commits in it.

So your history is not linear and contains merges.

> In short my question is this: Using git-p4, is there a way to push a
> Git repository into Perforce without rebasing on top of commits coming
> from Perforce?

No, this is not supported. Non-linear history would be a problem for
git-p4 too, so that alone wouldn't solve your problem. git-p4 does not
have the logic needed to submit merges back to Perforce.

- Thomas
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