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The svn repo I am trying to migrate has 2 "tags" directories. The "git svn clone" command allows specification of multiple --tags options to handle this but unfortunately svn2git does not accept this.
I'll have to double-check, but I don't think git-svn allows that. And svn2git is mostly just a nice wrapper around git-svn.
My git version 126.96.36.199 git help svn says "You can specify more than one --tags and/or --branches options, in case your Subversion repository places tags or branches under multiple paths."
git help svn
Nifty. I was unaware of that. Did you happen to pull together something that would work? If so, a pull request would be much appreciated.
I ended up hacking up my own shell script, based initially on http://github.com/JohnAlbin/git-svn-migrate, to do what I wanted. Not much use to you sorry.
I've got the fix for that. It processes multiple --tags and --branches and forwards that to git-svn.
I'm a noob to Github. I'll investigate how to fork svn2git and send you a pull request once I've pushed my fix.
Awesome. If you push from a branch, you can go to that branch in GitHub to issue the pull request.
Awesome! I like the capabilities of github. It even shows my pull request here, just because I referened this issue in the request.
When is this issue going to be fixed, I need to convert an svn project with multiple tags directories.
There has been a PR for this issue open for 2 years. We have hit this problem also, any chance of a merge?