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Re: git-svnimport



2009/5/10 Todd Zullinger <tmz pobox com>:
> Dave Cross wrote:
>> Is git-svnimport packaged in an RPM for Fedora 10 anywhere? I have
>> the git-svn RPM and that includes git-svn (the command that allows
>> git to talk to an existing svn repository). What I'm looking for is
>> git-svnimport (the command that imports an svn repository into a new
>> git repository - so you can then remove the old repository). I can't
>> seem to find it anywhere, but I'm sure it must be around.
>
> You want to use git svn, git-svnimport is not supported anymore:
>
> http://git.kernel.org/?p=git/git.git;a=commit;h=8cb070a4
>
>    "Documentation: Remove mentions of git-svnimport.

[ snip ]

Ah. Yes, I see. Thanks for that. Sounds like 'git clone svn' now does
what git-svnimport used to do.

Wouldn't it be nice if all pages on the web were automatically updated
to say that the software they describe is deprecated :-)

Cheers,

Dave...


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