I tried without spec, but then it tried importing everything, even
though there was a .gitignore and a .git/config/exclude file.
Then, it crashed during the importation because it could find an old
branch (I don't have access to everything on the repository), so I
tried importing just the recent past, but then it failed because it
identified a branch names Branch/Main/src...
It is starting to feel as if I will have to compromise between
something that works but without branches and without the proper names
(the files are named Project/Branch/Main/...) or having the proper
names, but with all binaries, bogus branches...
I know it is not due to git, it is mainly that Perforce and git have
very different workflows. Or perhaps with any luck, the server is up
to date, and I can find a way of using Perforce's bridge.
2013/7/8 Vitor Antunes <vitor....@gmail.com>:
> On Mon, Jul 8, 2013 at 12:10 PM, Matthieu Brucher
> <matthieu.bruc...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Without the spec client, it seems that the branches are recognized,
>> but there are some many binary files that I need to remove them during
>> the migration.
>> I tried setting a .gitignore beforehand, but it is not respected (I
>> tried to remove some folders with folder/ in .gitignore, but the
>> folder are still imported).
>> It there a switch for the import somewhere?
> Hi Matthieu,
> Unfortunately I've never tested the branch detection together with spec
> configuration. But there is a test case for it in the code that refers
> to the following question in StackOverflow:
> Could you also tell us which version of git you are using?
> Pete, maybe you can help Matthieu further on this question?
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