Joshua D. Drake wrote:

or do the anonymous checkout with:

svn co

But if you have a checked out tree, does it work to do an update after
the tree has been regenerated?  As far as I know, the repo is generated
completely every few hours, so it wouldn't surprise me that the checked
out copy is not compatible with the new repo.

I admit I haven't tried.

Not a clue. Anyone try it yet?

git-svn seems to work fine against the SVN repo, apart from the problem with
the files deleted in CVS which still show up in SVN.

It's only running for about two days though...

greetings, Florian Pflug

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