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Can we use SourceTree to import a SVN Repository to Bitbucket?

Hello,

Can we use SourceTree to import a SVN Repository to Bitbucket?

Thanks

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KieranA Rising Star Apr 02, 2013

Hi Gabriel,

Neither Mac nor Windows versions exclusively support SVN, we use git-svn/hgsubversion so you can bridge the gap allowing you to import your SVN repository and use it as normal within SourceTree (see https://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/git-svn.html or http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/HgSubversion for more information). Git-svn/hgsubversion is currently only supported in the Mac version so there is no SVN support in the Windows version yet although it is planned for the near future.

Hope that helps!

Hi Kieran.

So, if I understand correctly, the answer to the question is no, we can not use SourceTree to import a SVN Repository to Bitbucket.

Am I correct?

Any updates when we shall see this on Windows?

Thanks.

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m Rising Star Apr 01, 2013

Gabriel,

Bitbucket doesn't support SVN. You'll need to convert the SVN repository to Git or Mercurial before you can import it. So, the basic process has three parts:

1. Convert the SVN repo to Git or Mercurial on your local system.

2. Create a repository on Bitbucket.

3. Use Sourcetree to push the repository to Bitbucket.

Mary

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m Rising Star Apr 02, 2013

Gabriel,

Are you using Sourcetree on Windows or on Mac? Right now, only the Mac version seems to integrate with Subversion.

Mary

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