Ah, answering my own question....
I can see git svn reset does exactly what I need.
On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 4:03 PM, Jon Seymour <jon.seym...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I managed to lose sync between the git-svn repo that I am using to
> track an svn repo. In particular, the git-svn repo lost the content of
> about 5 commits with the net result that the git-svn repo and the svn
> repo it tracks have a difference of opinion about what the contents of
> trunk are for the files involved in the missing commits.
> The situation arose because I used --ignore-paths trunk on a
> git-svn-fetch when I was trying to deal with an SVN user that had
> copied trunk into the same SVN tag twice (which caused the source tree
> to be duplicated under the trunk directory of the SVN tag).
> I was hoping that --ignore-paths trunk would cause the git-svn copy of
> the tag to exclude the unwanted copy of the trunk directory in the
> tag. Instead, it appears to have caused my fetches of subsequent
> commits to SVN trunk to be empty, resulting in divergence between by
> git-svn repo and the SVN repo itself.
> Does anyone have any tips about how I can fix this other than pulling
> the entire SVN repo again?
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