How to mirror one one git remote to another with push
The problem is a simple one. I've used git cvsimport to import a cvs repo into a remote branch in a local git repository. I then wish to sync this repository: branches, tags, and all, to a git repository in the cloud (github / gitorious). To do this I don't have the access to rsync or copy the repository directly, I have to use git push.
How do I go about mirroring my local repository so others have access to the full _cvsimport_d history?
I import and track a repository using cvsimport:
git cvsimport -i -v -C cdt-make-core -d :pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/tools -r cvs org.eclipse.cdt/all/org.eclipse.cdt.make.core
The above imports org.eclipse.cdt.make.core into the remote cvs in the git repo cdt-make-core.
I can then push the HEAD of the main CVS branch to github:
git push github cvs/master:refs/heads/cvs/HEAD
(I specify the path on the remote explicitly so if it doesn't exist it's created.)
Is there any way to sync all the branches: cvs/* => cvs/* on the remote?
Is there any way to sync all the tags?
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