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the git commit's SHA1 will change) #Caveats "Subversion is a system that is far less sophisticated than Git" so you can't use all the full power of git without messing up the history in the Subversion server.Fortunately the rules are very simple: Keep the history linear That's it.Those commands are faster if you use them on one precise directory or file (e.g.svn log ; svn diff lib/ ; ...) Your Source Forge login/password will not be necessary until you commit something.

The commands to perform the SVN reset are: This means that a revision in SVN is trying to modify a file that for some reason doesn't exists in your local copy.If this happens, worry not: the git repository has been created, but there is some SVN history yet to be retrieved from the server.To resume the operation, just change to the git repository's folder and issue the command will create a SVN commit for each of your local git commits.#Getting started with git-svn git-svn is a git command that allows using git to interact with Subversion repositories.git-svn is part of git, meaning that is NOT a plugin but actually bundled with your git installation.Source Tree also happens to support this command so you can use it with your usual workflow.Source Forge will allow you to login and will not tell you the password is expired. Source Forge User can only be stored to disk unencrypted!

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