On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 10:17 AM, Alexander Kitaev <kitaev_at_tmatesoft.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> Let me introduce our new project: SubGit (http://subgit.com/).
> SubGit is a free tool for smooth migration from Subversion to Git. As
> well as from Git to Subversion. Without git-svn insanity.
> It works like this:
You've just hurt my brain even thinking about this. The migration of
svn:keywords, svn:eol, from git back to Subversion on a live sytem
make my brain hurt eventhinking about it. And the potential for
mutiple Subversion repository split-brain problems with git style
development, tied to multiple "upstream" subversion repositories, is
tying my brain in a knot.
If I can pry a few cycles free, I'll take a glance at it. But the idea
of running parallel subversion and git access to the same upstream
repository makes me very nervous.
> - Install SubGit into your repository on the server side - Let
> initial translation complete (time depends on the size of repository)
> - Committers may now use either Git or Subversion (or both) with the
> tools of their choice
> SubGit EAP builds are free to use builds which you may try and let us
> know what do you miss, so that we make sure that all the features you
> need are included into the final version of SubGit.
> SubGit works on Linux, Windows or OS X and requires Java 5 or
> newer.Download new SubGit EAP build from http://subgit.com/
> Alexander Kitaev,
> TMate Software,
> http://subgit.com/ - Two-way ticket to the dark side.
> http://svnkit.com/ - Java [Sub]Versioning Library!
> http://hg4j.com/ - Java Mercurial Library!
> http://sqljet.com/ - Java SQLite Library!
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Received on 2011-11-24 18:10:23 CET