git svn

Gitify svn repo:

git svn init

svn log | head

git svn fetch -r 598


To keep update your working copy just perform:

git-svn rebase

You can commit your changes to the svn server using the command:

git-svn dcommit

Sometimes it isn’t reasonable since your changes are not yet ready to be committed (you haven’t finished/tested/improved your work). But don’t worry, git has a native solution also for this problem, just follow these steps:

    1. put aside your changes using the command: git-stash

    2. update your working copy using: git-svn rebase as usual

    3. take back your changes typing: git-stash apply

    4. clear “the stash” typing: git-stash clear

Some worklow:

1 git checkout -b francois 2 # work and commit locally on branch francois 3 git checkout master 4 git svn rebase 5 git checkout francois 6 git rebase master 7 # run the tests! 8 git checkout master 9 git merge francois # I might use --squash if the new feature warrants it 10 git svn dcommit # push to Subversion