At a customer they are switching the control of the svn server to another department. To make sure the new server works like it should, we’re running a trail period.
The project I’m working on was chosen as the trail project. This means I have to synchronize both repositories. Luckily I’m using git-svn instead of pure svn. (IMHO the new server should have been git! Not oldschool svn).
Thanks to git I’m able to commit to both repositories from the same physical project on my disk. This wouldn’t be possible with only svn. It would be hell.
How did I set it up? Continue reading “git-svn with multiple svn repositories”