It is done.
See previous post.
A shame the SVN history is not saved… it’s not that difficult to do that really. Or was it intentional?
The path to keep the SVN history without having access to the SVN server files, is to use git-svn:
> git svn clone svn://code.open-bio.org/blipkit -T trunk -b branches -t tags
That will git you a git version of the SVN repository. Then just push this into a new GitHub repository.
OK, just noticed too that the anonymous server is done, so I cannot do the transition myself… Can you perhaps try it, by replacing the anonymous svn:// URL with the developers svn+ssh:// URL?
I always assumed the svn-git transition was a bit fiddly. I’ll look into git-svn (is this the same as svn2git). I didn’t really mind the fresh start though,
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