git-svn create svn branch from svn branch
With git-svn If I have cloned svn repository with all trunk, branches and tags, how do I create a new svn branch out of a svn branch?
I know I can create a new branch from trunk (master) with git svn branch, but how do I handle this from a branch?
SHould I first create a local tracking branch from the branch, and out of it invoke git svn branch?
I started using git-svn recently. My git work flow is like this. git checkout master git svn rebase git checkout -b topicbranch ..changes git commit git checkout master git merge topicbranch git svn r
I am attempting to create a svn branch using git-svn. The repository was created with --stdlayout. Unfortunately it generates an error stating the Source and dest appear not to be in the same reposit
I am trying to keep a feature branch up to date by merging trunk into the branch. Problem is, that about 2000 files that was there when the branch was created, and that has been left untouched on both
Base on the hit from answers below. I found the solution. Clone SVN: $ git svn clone http://foo.net/code/design --trunk=trunk/proj1 --tags=tags/forProj1 --branches=branches/forProj1 localProjName The
the players: master: the svn branch (actual, not local trackign) mybranch: a local branch My mistake: [master] git svn rebase [master] git merge mybranch [master] git svn dcommit I did this twice. Is
Are there any tools available that will let me rebase in git style an SVN branch onto a new parent? So, in the following situation, I create a feature branch, and there are commits to the trunk E---F
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
I'am using git as scm of choice but have to use a svn-repo. I can create a svn-remote-branch like this: git svn branch the_branch But how can i delete the remote branch?
I'm using the Visual SVN client plug-in for Visual Studio 2010. I recently created a branch in Visual SVN, but I accidentally saved it in to the wrong location, specifying NewName under trunk/ ins
We're just starting with SVN (were using CVS before :shame:) and I have a problem with merging my branch back to trunk. I've created Branch1 from trunk, made some changes and merged it back (without a
My development team recently doubled in size from one (myself) to two. As the sole developer, I was maintaining the trunk as the stable version of our software. I'd make changes in my working copy, te
I had created a feature branch and committed there several times. I need to revert some files as if I've never touched them in my feature branch. In other words I don't want to reintegrate them back.
I'm trying to migrate a small SVN repository w/ 2000+ revs with 10+ branches to GIT. Branches sometimes merge contents from other branches. My main choice, was obvisously to use: git svn clone -s URL
I'd like to understand when creating a branch, SVN just make a entire copy from trunk or make use of some mechanism to achieve it? Thanks.
I have the following git svn situation. master, checked out from svn. branched devel branch, on which I did some changes. Some are git committed, some are still not committed. I had to solve a bug, s
Working SVN repo I'm starting a git repo to interact with a svn repo. The svn repository is set and working fine, with a single commit of a basic README file in it. Checking it out works fine: tchalva
I am using SharpSVN to access my subversion repository using SharpSVN, i need a means to create a branch programatically using SharpSVN, how is this done!!
I created a branch one week ago and did some change. Then I committed and merged my branch into the trunk. Now, I want to change some code again. I use svn update to update the trunk to the latest
I am trying to migrate my project to SVN. in my previous projects we used to have Trunk as the dev area where the developer used to check out and commit to (unless there is a branch for a special rele
I have to make a bug fix in a existing project. So I have gone in to my Subversion Repository. I have created a branch from the existing project's trunk. Now I need to some how get the newly created B
I'm having a problem with git-svn dcommits making the git repository lose track of which commits are which. I try to make sure that the master branch in git always follows trunk in the SVN repository.
I'd like to see what changes have occurred on a branch, but I'm not sure how. I'd imagine I'd need to find the first revision of the branch and use that? Googling has not helped me.
I am running a project that has the option of using either .json files or java RESTful service (getting the data from a database.) I have the about 6 RESTful specific files in my trunk and 6 specific
Here are my steps: switch from trunk to my branch perform a merge from a trunks subdirectory to my branch subdirectory, i.e. svn merge https:.../trunk/Class@2209 https:...branches/mybranch/Class@HEAD
I created a git repository from an existing SVN repo. In the SVN structure, I have the trunk and one branch (say, branch_01). The trunk is at the Revision 8, and the branch code, despite the changes,
I'm not allowed to use cherry pick, and they only want specific changes from one file (possibly 2) from one bug fix branch to the trunk. The bug fix branch is an older release, so we don't want to mer
I have a problem with a SVN branch. I made a checkout of it with git checkout -t -b stable svn/stable. Then I did a merge with git rebase master. After that I tried to commit the merge changes into th
I created a feature branch because I need to restructure a fairly large project. The feature branch is 70% moving stuff around and 20% modifying code and 10% new code. It looks something like this. Tr
I'm using svn 1.6.11. My project has one branch and I am refactoring to make the directory structure compatible with maven. (I saw this question already, but I think my situation is slightly different
I've got a pair of git-svn branches which have been manually kept in sync by applying patches and what-not; git-merge has not been used. The branches are now in sync, which is to say that git diff A B
How can a large SVN repository (several GBs) with hundreds of branches be migrated to a Git repository? Not looking for them to work side by side, just a way to get rid of SVN. From some experiments I
I am using XCode 4.3 and have integrated it with SVN. How do we tag a particular code from the XCode. I want to copy and tag the entire trunk code to Tags folder. I used to do this with XCode 3.2.6.
How to replace the trunk branch with another in svn repository using git-svn tool?
How do i can get creation date of a branch using shell commands. I need only the full date (e.g 2010-06-20 13:05:57 ) that i will use in my script as a variable. Thank you
Let us say I have a trunk and I create a branch (branch A) of it on Sunday making Revision 10. On Monday I work on both branch A and the trunk (branch A is responsible for Revision 11,12,& 15 whil
I'm struggling with the following issue. When I continue fetching revisions from SVN with git svn fetch I'm getting the following error: Found possible branch point: https://somecompany.com/product/t
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 am trying to create a new branch in Subversion repository with a bit non-standard structure: instead of repo/trunk there is org/trunk/repo. The access is available only using HTTPS protocol. I was
I created svn repositories, without worrying about branches, etc. Now, I want to create branch. This question says I can create branch by copying. However, as I do not have trunk/branches folder, what
I have read a lot of Q/A here about the meaning of the directories “branch”, “tag” and “trunk” in the SVN repos, and as now I think I understood, I'm trying to implement it. I use Virtualmin to manage
This shouldn't be as bad as it might sound. This is what happened: Reintegrated branch into trunk Deployed code should have deleted branch now and recreated it from trunk but did not Worked on branc
I had a boss, past-tense, who decided to put svn branches in the same folder as trunk. Normally, this wouldn't affect me that much but since I'm using git-svn things are going so well. After I did a f
I am using SVN. I have a branch created from another branch which in turn created from trunk. Now what is the correct procedure to rentegrate my branch to trunk? -------------------------------------
I am working with a Subversion server that was recently upgraded to version 1.7. I am using the command-line Linux client 1.7.10. I created a branch like this: %: svn copy svn+ssh://acme.com/a/b/c/tru
Possible Duplicate: SVN Automatic merge to branch on check in In my teams people usually develop new code in trunk, then we create a branch and the code goes to production. If there are bugs in prod
Lets say we have release branch called v1.0. The work in trunk continues (developing future versions - v1.1). Now I detect a critical BUG in the v1.0 which has to be fixed NOW. After fixing the bug
So here's my situation. A developer started a feature on the main development branch. Now we need to move them to a feature branch. Okay, fine. Create a branch, merge those changes. But now I want to
I recently created a maintenance/bug-fix branch in our SVN repository, in order to make stable releases while we will introduce new features on the trunk. This branch is called 4.2.x Now, one develo
I have a SVN tree is like below trunk ——-*-----*-----------------------------*--------------------*--------------------> r340 \ r344 r405 \ (bug fix) (new stable trunk) \ *--------*----------*-----
So here is what I would like to do: Check out a untracked copy of the code framework using something like this svn export http://svnrepo/project/framework/tags/1.0.2/ . --force now I would like to cr