migrate SVN and existing git repos to Stash

When migrating both Git and SVN repos to Stash, how can I make sure to keep my branch/commit history visible?

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Hi,

Importing the Git project will automatically keep the history of you original repository. Have a look at the 'Import a Git project to an empty repository' paragraph here.

When you import SVN projects using a decent migration tool such as SubGit (there's even a Stash plugin which includes this into Stash) the SVN history is also maintained correctly.

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