|Failed to load latest commit information.|
|lib/Git||a typo on my own module name... *sigh*|
|t||some people don't speak english as their first language...|
|.gitignore||ignore this stuff (updates)|
|Git||this is for my pre-commit hook: perl -c git-svn-replay|
|MANIFEST.SKIP||skip most tests when git/svn not present|
|README||generated a readme... pod2readme probably turns into MY::postamble la…|
DESCRIPTION This tool simply replays a git repo into an svn repo for the purpose of using svn natively in Trac. It has the side effect of helping to import more than one project into Trac -- something it did not yet support at the time of this writing. The svn repo that this tool creates and uses is assumed to be a throwaway and is not meant for people to pull from or push to. It will most likely get dropped and recreated from scratch more than once (from bugs in this app or other problems). This means that the revision numbers will be almost useless and patches may not align quite right. This tool is really *only* useful for viewing commits in Trac. It probably has no other purpose.