I try to setup a demo system to demonstrate stash capabilities.
I converted the JIRA Linker Plugin svn repo into a git repo. All branches and tags have been converted. I use it because it has integration tests working well, several tags and branches.
Then I created a repository on stash. I pushed all branches and tags into stash's repo.
But when I use stash I can only see the master branch, and the tags, but not the other branches.
Did I miss something?
how did you push all the branches (git push --all)?
git push --all only pushes local branches, so only the branches you see when you run "git branch" are actually being pushed.
You can use
git ls-remote origin
git ls-remote URL
to list all the references the remote (Stash in your case) has to verify wether they have been pushed.
Now you can use SVN Importer Plugin for Stash to import Subversion repositories into Git. Here's how it works:
At this moment SVN Importer starts background process, you can see the progress on the same page. Optionally you can pause and resume it.
SVN Importer doesn't use git-svn. Instead it's built upon SubGit, our home-grown translation engine. So, the plugin does not have the problems like that one you've encountered. Instead it has some nice features like these:
And, finally, SVN Importer is Free. So, download and install it into Stash. Don't forget to tell us what do you think on it. We appreciate your feedback.
Contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions or suggestions.
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