I'm currently climbing the learning curve on both GIT and SVN. I've been tasked with figuring out how to migrate our current repos from SVN, with history, to a new GIT Trunk repo. I've experimented with the Git Extension GUI and the Git Bash interface, but my exported GIT repo is empty. The originating SVN repo doesn't have a TRUNK directory, so I thought maybe branching or migrating to a SVN report with a TRUNK and then using GIT SVN to migrate might work. I'm looking for specific suggestions on how I can proceed. Cheers! [email]Brandon.Forest@blueshieldca.com[/email]
Creating a GIT Trunk Using GIT SVN From a SVN repo
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