Le mercredi 26 septembre 2012 à 09:26 +0200, Adrian Knoth a écrit :
You already have the git checkout. Edit your .git/config and add the
following:

[svn-remote "svn"]
    url = http://subversion.ffado.org/ffado
    rewriteRoot = svn+ssh://ffadosvn@ffado.org/ffado
    rewriteUUID = 2be59082-3212-0410-8809-b0798e1608f0
    fetch = trunk:refs/remotes/trunk
    branches = branches/*:refs/remotes/*
    tags = tags/*:refs/remotes/tags/*

This might be sufficient to do

   git svn rebase


Unfortunately, git svn rebase answered:

   Unable to determine upstream SVN information from working tree history

Possibly, first cloning the subversion repository, then adding the information for the git one would work ?
I will try something next days.

to pull in new svn commits.


With git svn, the recommendation is to never work on master but only use
it to track the remote svn. Real work is done on a branch that you
rebase against master every time you ran git svn rebase. OTOH, you can
also git svn rebase in this additional branch.
Yet I work on a branch (or sometimes branches) and let master unchanged except by rebase.

Best regards,

Phil
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