- Start. Make local copy of trunk, branches, tags and revision history.
$ cd ~/src/git $ git svn clone svn://myprj $ cd myproj/trunk
- Push your local changes to SVN repository.
$ git svn dcommit
- Revert your local changes to last version you committed.
$ pwd /home/mark/src/git/ao/trunk/wwwrpt $ git show HEAD:trunk/wwwrpt/Makefile $ git show HEAD:trunk/wwwrpt/Makefile > Makefile
- Revert to the version before your last commit.
$ git show \ > HEAD~1:branches/2.2_WORKFLOW/engine/session.h \ >> engine/session.h
- Fix commit message on last commit. (Must do before dcommit.)
$ git commit --ammend [spawns editor with prior comment: edit and save]
Thanks to the free software hackers that write great code and manuals.
Monday, March 22, 2010
git svn usage notes
I've been using git-svn recently, and like it quite a bit. The killer feature for me is that I can make commits while off-line; I like being able to commit changes in small chunks. Here are some notes on how I most frequently use it.