I have migrated my all SVN repositories to GIT/bitbcuket.
In one of project structure was not starndard SVN lay out and it was as below:
I have restrcutred the project and make it standard layout as below:
After restructure, in my SVN log, it shows me all svn log history for moved project.
After migration to bitbucket. I am only able to see the last moved project history and all previous are not appearing as those are important to preserve for the project.
Please let me know any steps or your views to resolve this issue.
When you move data around in Subversion you break all the prior commit history. That means anytime you do a copy or move operation in SVN you lose the associated history of the directory. Typically you want to re-write all the svn history to the new path.
The only way to move a directory while preserving revision history is to dump the repository and re-write the paths with a utility like svn-dump-reloc, which will keep all the commit history of your repository for you.
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