Michael Haggerty <mhagger <at> alum.mit.edu> writes:
> On 03/11/2013 12:45 PM, Vadim Zeitlin wrote:
> > [...]
> > The first thing I'd like to do is to replace all references to subversion
> > revision numbers in the commit messages with the corresponding git commit
> > SHA1s. [...] I have a couple of dozens of errors which happen
> > because the file .git-rewrite/map/$commit doesn't exist yet when I'm trying
> > to look it up.
> The quick and dirty solution would be to rewrite your script such that
> if the commit is still unknown to Git, it emits a warning and leaves the
> commit message unchanged (i.e., leaves the Subversion revision number
> untouched). Then simply run the filter-branch a few times until it
> emits no warnings.
Thanks, I did think about this but the trouble is that after the first rewrite
"git svn find-rev" wouldn't work any more, so I'd have to do the substitutions
manually. Which might be doable as there are not that many of them but, if
possible, I'd rather do it automatically.
FWIW I'm playing with --date-order now (thanks Thomas) but somehow it seems to
create other problems while fixing (some of) the existing ones. I need to look
at this more closely to understand what's going on here...
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