git, just like I've done for pmount. The trick was that this time, I wanted to only move a part of the repository, not the full repository. I had only been working before with CVS and SVN who have the idea of modules, which is not the case for
git. So I made the mistake of using a single
bzrfor several projects, which I realize now is not a very good idea...
In any case, I managed to drop some parts and here is how I did it; the trick was precisely to use SVN as an intermediate storage medium, using the following configurations files. First,
[DEFAULT] verbose = True patch-name-format = "" [project] source = bzr:source target = svn:target start-revision = INITIAL state-file = tailor.state [bzr:source] repository = /home/vincent/debian-devel/bzr/scripts [svn:target] repository = file:///tmp/testtai module = biniou
[DEFAULT] verbose = True patch-name-format = "" [project] source = svn:source target = git:target start-revision = INITIAL root-directory = /home/vincent/tmp/debian-mr-copyright-mode state-file = tailor.state [svn:source] repository = file:///tmp/testtai module = biniou/debian-mr-copyright-mode [git:target] git-command=/usr/bin/git
Then, all that is left to do is to run tailor on the resulting configuration files:
~ tailor -D -c bzr2svn.conf ~ tailor -D -c svn2git.conf