Is it possible to push a branch to a remote SVN repository from a local Git repository?
I am currently working with a git repository in several branches.
$ git remote -v origin email@example.com:repo.git (fetch) origin firstname.lastname@example.org:repo.git (push) $ git branch -a master * develop remotes/origin/master remotes/origin/develop
There was a need to send a specific branch, for example,
develop to SVN.
Searching the net for an answer offers a ton of insight into importing and cloning from SVN to Git, not the other way around.
Perhaps I'm used to the Git logic of work, but can I just add the SVN turnip as a remote repository and push the branch there?
Please tell me how to proceed
The solution is as follows (git version> 2.3.0 is required). We clone the repository, if you do not have a local copy yet, and continue working with it.
Add a remote svn repository by editing the
.git/config file, add an entry to the file
[svn-remote "svn"] url = https://my-repo.com/svn/path/to/my/trunk fetch = :refs/remotes/trunk
Pulling changes from the svn repository by the latest revision
git svn fetch svn -r HEAD
The output of the
git branch -a command should look like this
remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master remotes/origin/master remotes/trunk
Create a local branch that will be linked to the svn repository branch and go to it
git checkout -b release remotes/trunk
With the resulting branch, you can perform various operations, for example, merge with the
git merge develop --allow-unrelated-histories
The resulting changes can be poured back into the svn repository (we continue on the branch that is linked to the svn repository)
git svn dcommit
The given commands allowed, in my case, to solve the problem of synchronizing git-svn and combining the result of the work of two commands of programmers