The answer is, absolutely!
Here is a quick how-to link, which contains a full detailed tutorial:
http://blog.bitbucket.org/2011/10/05/converting-hg-repositories-to-git/ .. since that info was specific to coverting mercurial to git and your question is how to covert git to mercurial, I googled "bitbucket covert git to hg" and got some hits such as this:
Note: the latter URL is not from Atlassian so please proceed with caution.
I hope this info was helpful.
Jason | Atlassian
So shouldnt the anser be NO here. I mean what you can do is export/import from one type to the other. But you cant use bitbucket option to just change repository type and let bitbucket worry about conversion and commit history (while also keeping twiki, issues and others)
So the answer is NO YOU CAN'T.
The accepted solution (that refers to a dead link) talks about CONVERTING an hg repo to a new git repo. NEW one.
I want to keep my existing repo, with all the issues and wikis and everything, just change the source-control from hg to git.
Can't be done.
As a project manager, I have discovered that different developers want to bring their previous branching method with them when they join the team. Some developers are used to performing individual wo...
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