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I upgraded my Mac and my old SVN Client/SVN server Cornerstone no longer recognizes file changes or does commits (the files and logs are visible though) so I was thinking of just moving to GIT and using Bitbucket.
Sourcetree is a client for this when my repositories are hosted at Bitbucket, right? Sorry to ask such a basic question.
Is it easy to migrate my SVN repositories to GIT or would it be easiest to just upload all the current files as new repositories. Would I do that with Sourcetree? Does Sourcetree maybe have a feature to import SVN repositories?
I'm the only one who works on these files if that helps.