How to import local git repository into svn?
I am working on local git repository and I need to push my local git into existing svn repository. My git repository is pure local git repository, it was not init using
git svn clone.
How can I import this local git repo into svn?
Preferably I'ld like to keep the git history being imported into SVN.
Currently the SVN repository is structure as:
What I need it is to import my git repository into the
https://svnrepohost/trunk/newProject above, assuming the
newProject folder is empty.
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