I now have the svn mirror plugin working for our organization. Now that the mechanics are working we are trying to determine the best workflow using feature branches and pull requests. Our basic workflow is:
1) Create a branch off of master for a given work item.
2) Once the work is completed, git push -u in order to create a remote branch on the Stash server so that we can issue a pull request.
3) Once the pull request is approved, merge that into master.
The one burdensome part of this workflow is that in order to merge back to master I need to git fetch --rebase the master branch and then merge that into the feature branch and then update the feature branch so that I am merging something that is consistent with the master branch (which is getting constant changes from svn).
This creates a sort of "rectangle" of branches, with my local master tracking stash's master and my local feature branch tracking stash's feature branch. Anytime a svn commit happens I need to rebase/merge that change from stash/master->local master->local feature->stash/feature.
I'm guessing there is a much better way of doing this. Any advice?
In this case the plugin may block pull request merge if someone has committed new revision into the same branch from Subversion side while the merge operation was in progress. Which presumably shouldn't happen too often. Can you please send us the log file <GIT_REPO>/subgit/logs/daemon.0.log to issue tracker or to firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can check whether it's a bug or not?
That log file looks a bit odd to me - like the daemon is constantly restarting (is this expected)? In any case, most things work as expected, but we definitely cannot merge pull requests as you described. I've created this issue with the attached log: http://issues.tmatesoft.com/issue/SGT-833
Thanks for all of the help so far.
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