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A complete idiot’s guide to git-svn-migrate

Submitted by John on Wed, 2010/09/01 - 9:48pm
3 steps to batch convert Subversion to Git

If you read my previous post about converting Subversion repositories to git, you’ll know that to do a proper Subversion-to-Git transformation on a batch of repositories is going to take some time (what with all that command line typing). I had 142 legacy project Subversion repositories lying around I wanted converted to Git and, since I’m lazy, I pulled on my bash boots and wrote me a script to do the work!

With the git-svn-migrate scripts I wrote, you can batch convert all of your Subversion repositories in just 3 steps. And I’ve GPLed them and put them on GitHub if you’d like to collaborate and improve them; see the git-svn-migrate project page.

svn boxes go into the factory; git ponies come out.
git-svn-migrate: a reverse glue factory

Converting a Subversion repository to Git

Submitted by John on Tue, 2010/08/31 - 9:58pm
(7 steps to migrate a complete mirror of svn in git)

When I first realized that I needed a version control system, the best system at the time was CVS. (No, really.) Subversion was nearing 1.0, so I waited for its release and then used it everywhere. Well, that was 2003. Time for a change.

This past year, it became obvious that there were many Git users within the Drupal community, so Drupal has decided to move to Git. Since then I've started learning and researching the best ways to convert all my development to a Git-based workflow. So far… it rocks.

svn boxes go into the factory; git ponies come out.

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