On Mon, Mar 3, 2014 at 7:38 PM, Robert Dailey <rcdailey.li...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Is it safe to do this while still using git svn fetch? Will it
> properly continue to convert SVN commits on top of my rewritten
> history? If not, what changes can I make after I run the commands
> linked by the URL above so that git svn continues to work normally?

I think it's OK. git-svn doesn't continuously verify the integrity of
history already converted, I believe.

Just try it out, it worked fine in a little demo setup I made
(although I used rebase -i instead of filter-branch):

git svn clone .. #maybe clone a little test repository to speed up the testing
git filter-branch ... #remove unwanted files
git svn fetch #this should work

On a related note, maybe you'll enjoy my git-svn demos & ideas here:
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