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Igor Moiseev Applied mathematician, Web Developer

Clone repository from Subversion to Gitedit

Here we discus how to migrate the Subversion repository into a new Git repository. We’ll do it with a handy git svn utility. We will refer Gitlab/Github as the destination Git server.

Create a new project on Gitlab: https://\<gitlab-address\>/projects/new and clone it into your local machine

git svn clone https://<svn-address>/<projectname>
cd <projectname>
git remote add origin<projectname>.git
git push -u origin master

Now backup your SVN project folder

cp -raux <projectname> <projectname>.`date +'%Y%m%d'`

And remove .svn folders

cd <projectname>
rm -rf `find . -type d -name .svn`

Init GIT

git init

Config GIT

git config --global "Full Name"
git config --global ""

Check the remote url

git config remote.origin.url

Change the remote origin

git config remote.origin.url git@<gitlab-url>:<username>/<projectname>.git

Create a .gitignore file

echo "<projectname>.sublime*" > .gitignore

Add files

git add .

Commit il progetto

git commit -m "init <projectname>"
[master 820fe97] init <projectname>

Pull and merge from remote

git pull

Push into remote

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