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* SVN to GIT Migration update local git branches with new svn commits
@ 2019-12-15  9:08 Madushan Chathuranga
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From: Madushan Chathuranga @ 2019-12-15  9:08 UTC (permalink / raw)
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I'm doing a svn to git migration using git svn. I have now done the
migration from svn to git and I have created local git branches for
each remote ref.

But my problem is if there are commits to svn to a particular branch
(eg: trunk) after the migration I thought I could use git svn fetch.
which actually works fine. but when I do that only the remote refs are
getting updated. As I said I have created local branches using,

for b in $(git for-each-ref --format='%(refname:short)' refs/remotes);
do git branch $b refs/remotes/$b && git branch -D -r $b; done

when i do the fetch my local branches aren't getting updated. Is there
a work around to do that. Also I noticed in the migration svn's trunk
is mapped to git's master branch. So my latest commits to svn trunk
arent getting mapped git's master branch when I do git svn fetch.
instead of it's updating remote ref of trunk branch in git.
I was following this thread which is where I learned about git svn

Appreciate if anyone could help on this

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