SVN to stash, how to rebase?

I did an initial import from SVN using the addon into an empty repo. Is there a way I can rebase; fetch the updates in SVN and get them into Stash/Git?

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Hello Alan,

Unfortunately, version 1.0.x does not support that functionality. Currently we're working on Stash plugin that supports bi-directional synchronization between Stash Git repositories and SVN repositories.

We have already implemented that in our product called SubGit. Here's the description how one can use SubGit with Stash:

In order to get status updates consider following us at twitter: @subgit or subscribing to our mailing list:

Thanks. Since I can configure subgit to use the Stash repo, can I configure subgit to pull from SVN but not push?

What should happen when someone pushes changes to Git branch foo, and someone else commits anything to branches/foo? Should ongoing import from SVN to Git rewrite pushed commits?

SubGit does not support this kind of one-way synchronization explicitly. However, you can setup such a pre-receive hook that rejects any pushes to Git branches synchronized with SVN.

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