The new SourceTree 188.8.131.52 includes the git-svn support feature. But I haven't been able to clone an SVN repository into a git local repo. Is there a tutorial to do this?
For Example, help me create a local git for this repo: http://progit-example.googlecode.com/svn/
Are you geting a specific error when trying to clone a SVN repository?
Here is part of the documentation from the OS X version of SourceTree:
Cloning Subversion To Git
When you clone a Subversion URL, you have a choice - you can either clone a single branch of the repository (or the trunk), represented in Subversion by unique URLs, or you can clone from the root of the repository, and if the repository is in the standard Subversion layout (branches, trunk and tags folders in the root), then the conversion will pick up the branches and tags and convert them appropriately.
There was a bug in the version with first release of git-svn support, see comments here http://blog.sourcetreeapp.com/2014/01/29/sourcetree-for-windows-1-4-released/
There is also related bug report on JIRA.
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