create a new svn branch with git-svn
While working with git-svn, and a 'typical' svn repo /trunk, /branches/..., /tags/... How do I push a local branch to a new branch inside of /branches ?
I'm trying to migrate from TortoiseGit to SmartGit. TG has quite clear interface for creating new brach: But in SmartGit I've found only Branch -> Add Branch which shows quite poor dialog: I do
There are a couple of points about SVN revision numbering on a branch which are not clear to me: When I create a branch, does the branch get its own revision number? How does SVN does handle the revi
I've set up a project to use TeamCity and Git, and I'd like to use TeamCity's new Branch Remote Run feature. The way this work is to push your working directory to a remote branch that the TeamCity bu
I have edits to my working tree which I would like to continue working on in a branch. Will git checkout -b new_branch wipe out my current changes to the working tree? If so, how do I create a new bra
I have to cleanup a remote/public branch OLD because it contain some bad/huge commits. OLD - simplified graph (...) -> c234 -> c235(huge to fix) -> c236 -> c237(huge to fix) -> c238 -
How to replace the trunk branch with another in svn repository using git-svn tool?
We have a pretty standard development process: On a new feature request/bugfix our developers create an own SVN branch develop the code there, we do several code review iterations, code review changes
I have cloned an existing SVN project via git svn clone with no problem so far, but in the mean time I have created a branch in Git only (not in SVN) and now i would like to synchronize this branch ba
Hallo all. I have a java project using SVN as scm. I have the trunk line where I have the PRODUCTION_LINE and some branches for the next releases. When I found a bug in production I fix it on trunk an
Is there is a tool for SVN that visually shows how branches are related? I've got a couple dozen branches and it isn't clear how they were created from one-another. EDIT: I'm not looking for indivial
I would like to learn using projects in SVN. Thats why I would like to create Codeigniter project installation with SVN. How can I do that?
I have master branch https://github.com/Fivell/PHP-DIDWW-API/ and recently created new branch for php 5.3 https://github.com/Fivell/PHP-DIDWW-API/tree/php5.3 But I think It will be better to create fo
I checked out a new branch from our repo. Everything is working fine for our develop branch. But on the new branch 'push' isn't doing anything. Everything looks normal - there are 2 commits to push. -
We have a situation where we have to give a third party access to an asp.net solution versioned with SVN. We have scrubbed Web.config and other files of sensitive data and would now like to create a f
I am having tough time working between svn and clearcase together. Requirement is to allow developers to make changes to a source code base in an svn branch and also the same directory structure in a
I follow a dev=trunk release=branch convention. this works great for the source code but what do ppl do for the documentation (unfortunately it is in MS Word (LaTex is too much for our corporate busin
I have tried the following command on my SVN Repository to clone only a single branch via git. git svn clone http://svn.supose.org/supose/branches/B_0.7.1 but got the the following error message: Ini
How do I compare one branch with another? I want to compare a branch with the latest revision in trunk.
I have successfully converted my svn repository into mercurial, however when I clone this repo the default branch is given the project name instead of default. examples: on remote server: hg branch
Let's say I have an Eclipse Project which uses versioning control with EGit and is connected with a remote repository firstname.lastname@example.org:git2013. In my project, under the local branch newstuff, I create a
I have problem with SVN. I have one repository to commit changes, the SVN info of repository: [samick]$ svn info file:///home/gumm/panel_repository/ Path: panel_repository URL: file:///home/gumm/panel
How to merge branch back to trunk in SVN with all commit history? I know in Git I can use merge -squash Is there any equivalent command in SVN? I am using SVN 1.6.
Since my SVN repository still uses Subversion 1.4, I am using svnmerge.py for merge tracking. I have a feature branch kept in sync with trunk (svnmerge init after branching, then svnmerge merge every
I'd like to make a private branch of a public svn repository. By this, I mean that there's a public, open source (codeplex) repository that I need to make my own, custom changes to. These changes woul
So... I have a problem where I created a branch (0.1) and fixed a few things there, but meanwhile I was working on new things in trunk. Now I want to merge branch (0.1) to trunk and before commit I di
Possible Duplicate: [Branch from a previous commit using git] Link to a more recent/less clear question: (Branch from a previous commit using git) I have the git branch called: jzbranch and an old c
How do I get the list of all SVN branches which are more than x years old? I use svn on CentOS and I have sventon for viewing all the repo. Thanks!
I've created a repo, and then I ran svn import . https://myrepo. It seems to have checked everything in nicely, and I can check it out on my other machine. However, it doesn't seem to create the .svn
I'm forking a project's SVN repo and need to integrate into my Mercurial repo. To keep things simple I have a local hgsubversion repo and a local hg repo. However both the mercurial and hgsubversion r
I'm using git-svn and I accidentally typed git svn rebase on my feature branch, what are the ramifications? Normally I type git svn rebase on master, then I'll type git rebase master feature to updat
I'm using git as an interface to an SVN repository. Now I've created a SVN branch: git svn branch my_branch This created the directory in my SVN repository, and also created a branch called remotes/m
I have checked out a svn repository using git svn. Now I need to checkout one of the branches and track it. Which is the best way to do it?
I'm on local branch A and did some changes without committing (they are not done). Then I want to create a new branch B (to work on something different) without bringing in the changes in branch A. If
I'm new to SVN so this could be an easy question. We have a trunk with 1st level directories: 10 <-- documents 20 <-- source code, db scripts, ... 30 <-- documents 40 <-- referenced 3rd
We use Git exclusively for our project, but we now are sharing the project code with another team. They grabbed the raw code from our development branch and setup an SVN repository with it. They canno
In TortoiseHg Workbench, if I create a new branch and then push changes, the push begins then a short time later I get a prompt along the lines of: This push will create a new branch in the remote re
I'm executing 'svn info --xml' and got an svn-repositories URL. Now I want to know the branch it is on (or trunk). The url's may look like this: https://svn-domain.com/Tech/Product/branches/Version_1.
I created a branch and then made changes to trunk which need merging into the branch. TortoiseSVN has a nice handy merge branch->trunk utility, but to do it this way round do I have to manually mer
I am trying to clone a large SVN repository in order to migrate to git, however the clone operation fails about a third of the way through when it gets to an SVN commit which creates a branch director
I get repository where main folder is folder of solution. I want create folders trunk, branches, tags, etc. This repository is on Assembla. I'm using windows 7 and newest SVN Tortoise. Is it some simp
I have legacy projects that is using a submodule which resides on git. There are a lot of ways and tools that supports migrating to git and/or submoduling a svn project from git, but what I need is ex
I have a local branch which is a new branch called A. I want to push it to the remote, but I want it to be named differently in the remote. For example, remote name would be users/me/A but in local,
I cloned an existing svn repo off a remote server locally using git-svn's git svn clone <orig_svn_repo_path>. I now want to setup a remote repo for only a particular branch out of several branch
I have a weird requirement where I need to change the current trunk into a branch and one of branches into trunk. I was trying to figure out how this can be done with tortoise svn client. I don't want
I have svn repo with branches, tags and trunk Now when i create new branch, Is it must to use svn switch to that branch? Should i Not work on that branch directory directly? Sorry if it sounds stupid.
When you create a new repository and run git branch, it exits silently. For example: $ mkdir /tmp/foo; cd /tmp/foo; git init Initialized empty Git repository in /tmp/foo/.git/ $ git branch Why doesn'
In my Git repo, I have a directory A. In a branch, I've created a directory B under A. Is there a way to create/initialize a new Git repo in directory B? Would copying that directory, clearing all of
Hopw you will be fine and good. Can anyone tell me how to merge from one branch to another. For Example: We have two branches, DEV and INT and i want to merge from DEV to INT. What is the best way to
I would like to create a branch of one of the modules in my SVN repository. This module contains several sub-modules. I would like some of these sub-modules to be divergent in the branch, but other su
I have a typical problem with SVN. I did a search in this repository but they are not of my kind of problem. I have the svn setup this way. |--- New development branch trunk ------------ -----------