Create a develop branch in BitBucket after SVN mirroring

Hi,

I was migrating our projects from svn to Bitbucket using the svn mirror option. I successfully mirrored my project. My project has got only trunk in SVN which got mapped to master in Bitbucket after mirroring. We have decided to create a develop branch from master and work on it in Bitbucket. Master we are treating as a holy copy.

We have decided to merge features into develop and build it from there for SIT deployment. develop will be merged to release branch for deployment to UAT. Once UAT is fine then we will deploy to prod and merge release to master and tag it. So this is the workflow

master - holy copy

develop -> release ->master

Currently I am not able to create develop branch. It disappears after i create it. Given below is the default setting that i see under Subversion Branches Mapping

trunk = trunk:refs/heads/master
branches = branches/*:refs/heads/*
tags = tags/*:refs/tags/*
shelves = shelves/*:refs/shelves/*

Could some one help me how can i address this issue? I dont want to change trunk-master mirror. I wanted to create develop and release branch from master

Thanks

Bibin

 

 

 

 

 

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