git - how can I clone local svn repository?
I am completely unable to find any explanation how I should specify location of existing svn repository.
In other words - what should be used as URL in
git svn clone URL
when svn repository is local?
New to git, not new to svn. Attempting to clone an svn repository to push to appharbor as part of a build process, per something like this thread. However, msysgit always works from whatever directory
I'm trying to clone a new SVN repository with little more than trunk/branches/tags in it, but it fails with relatively little information: git svn clone --stdlayout https://mydomain.com/svn/myrepo Ini
After cloning an SVN repository using git-svn with the -s option (git svn clone http://server/repo -s), how does one create a branch or tag and have pushed to the relevant branch/tag directory in the
I have two repositories locally, A and B. Can I use the local copy of A, as a remote in B? Something like git remote add A file:///path/to/repo/
I have heard that it is possible to have a local Git repository on a developer machine, while keeping a master copy of the source code stored in a svn repository. A good use case would be that you hav
I have a local git repository which tracks a remote SVN repository via git svn. I have made and committed some changes in the local git repository, but now I'd like to create a branch that reflects SV
Is there a Python way without using a subprocess to clone a git repository? I'm up for using any sort of modules you recommend.
I have a rather large svn centralized repository we use with my team. Now I want to use git(-svn) locally, so I made a git-svn clone. This worked fine, but the git-svn clone took a very long time to c
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This is driving me crazy. I created a git repository in a Linux server hosted by my hosting company. I cloned it to a local copy using Eclipse EGit. I then created a branch in the original git reposit
By mistake i had added c:/ to our SVN repository. How can i remove whole c: from that repository as i cant delete whole c:? My svn repository is in the d:/SVN folder. Please provide a tested and corre
When I clone our svn repo using git svn i pass it arguments to tell it where the head, branches, tags... etc are and it pulls the main code base properly. in addition to trunk and branches we also hav
I am new to Git and have done some rudimentary tutorials on how to clone, add, commit stuff. I recently git cloned an online repository on my local DEV environment with something like: git clone git@s
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I'd like to work with a remote SVN repository using git-svn. I've been trying to download it with git svn clone -s REPO_URL but because my network connection isn't great and the repo is quite big, it
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I'm cloning a Git repository by copying the .git directory. If I run git checkout in that directory it gets me the contents of HEAD. How do I get the staged changes from the original repository? A
I'm trying to migrate my svn repository to git repository using Atlassian tutorial (https://www.atlassian.com/git/tutorials/migrating-overview) and I'm failing to checkout my svn repository correctly.
I read the Git manual, FAQ, Git - SVN crash course, etc. and they all explain this and that, but nowhere can you find a simple instruction like: SVN repository in: svn://myserver/path/to/svn/repos Git
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I install Subversion SVN Team Provider, Subversion SVN Team Provider Localization and SVNKit Library. I Create local directory(D:\java\repository) and want use it as location for SVN repositor. When I
$ git --version git version 184.108.40.206 I clone an SVN repository, and make a commit: $ git svn clone --stdlayout http://svn/example/project $ echo test >> blah.txt $ git commit -m Something Whe
I'm trying to setup a Git server on Windows 7, using CopSsh, PuTTY and msysgit. I'm having problems cloning a repository using ssh. If I use a regular directory path, it works: $ git clone ~/vc/git/de
I've set up a git project based on a svn project, everything works fine. Now I would like my Jenkins to make an automated git svn dcommit every time the master branch changes. But the svn configurat
in Xcode 4 how to associate a project to the local Git repository I set up? That is: I've set up a Git repository after the Xcode 4 project was already created, based on instructions here: I've gone
I can connect to my server via firstname.lastname@example.org without a password. I have a project under GIT on the server at: /home/myuser/project How do I clone this locally to whereby I can make commits etc loca
I recently changed some repositories over to Git from SVN by using git svn clone and then setting up the repository. With a full switch to Git, is it necessary to retain the original SVN repository at
I used the following command to clone svn repo into git and after executing it, i see some spurious branches. git svn clone [SVN repo URL] --no-metadata -A authors-transform.txt --stdlayout ~/temp git
Okay, I made a mess. I have a SVN repository with my code and I have a local git repository in which I usually work, branch, etc.. I used to commit things from time to time from git into SVN using git
I've created a Git Clone of a SVN repository using git-svn. When doing this I specified the --prefix option to prefix my remote branches. I now want to get rid of this prefix. Is there a way to update
System: MacOS, standard Jenkins installation. I can clone repository from my user. But Jenkins - can't neither from Git, not from GitHub (my key is added to Git and GitHub). I receive: stderr: Host k
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After running: git svn clone https://svn.mycompany.eu/project/trunk There are some missing revisions (for exemaple 500 from 4700 of total revisions). It's a problem, because we have joined a number o
This issue is not the same as git - how to mirror file from other repo or GIT: How do I update my bare repo? Since a repository cloned with --mirror is a bare repository, can I make a repository clone
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