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Re: commit failed due to "backwards-sliding source views" - what do I do?

From: Chaya <chaya.s1010_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2020 22:04:55 -0700 (MST)

Hi all,

Thanks for all the suggestions and hints given.

The problem is finally solved.
Here is my analysis:
I copied the SVN repository to my local machine (which was on network drive
before).
The 'git svn clone' command does not work for file based repository. And
this is why I had to convert the repo to svn protocol as I mentioned before.
So now, I again converted the local repository link to svn protocol and
tried git svn clone again. But unfortunately, it again failed at the same
point.
So, instead of git-svn , I used subgit (https://subgit.com/documentation/).
Subgit allows to use file based repository and also conversion happens
aggressively. Using subgit , I was able to migrate successfully.
Still have no clue why I get this "svndiff has backwards-sliding source
views" error while performing git svn clone on svn protocol.

Regards,
Chaya

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