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Journal of jk2addict (4946)

Wednesday August 05, 2009
09:36 PM

Svn, Git and GitHub Help

[ #39413 ]

I want to collaborate with another using GitHub. Now for the trick: I want to keep that repo on GitHub up to date with any changes made from a source Svn repo.

My first attempt was:

git svn clone
add remote
git pish to github

Of course, and few svn rebases later, I've got jacked up logs ad merge conflicts over and over and over.

I guess I just learned the rule: never use the same branch for svn rebasing and github sharing.

So, what's the sanest way to start with a clone of a svn repo, push that too github, collaborate, but occasionally pull in changes made in the svn repo?

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