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 +===== Committer un historique linéaire de Git dans SVN =====
 +Issu de [[http://​its.arubything.com/​2009/​1/​4/​commit-a-linear-git-history-to-subversion|commit-a-linear-git-history-to-subversion]] (traduction directe)
 +Mise à jour : Deskin a souligné qu'il y a un commit pour git qui fixe ce problème en ajoutant l'​option //--root// à la commande //rebase --onto//
 +Update: Deskin points out that there is a commit to git that fixes this problem by adding a --root option to rebase --onto. So when you get a new build of git, you can probably ignore everything here.
 +The other day I needed to commit a plain old (git-svn free) git repository to subversion. Why, you ask? I had been working on a small project at work in my own little git repository and needed to get it into our official version control. I could, of course, just commit the latest version that I had, but that would not record any of my git commit history in subversion. I needed a better option. git-svn can save each individual commit of a linear commit history to subversion, so I figured I could just apply git-svn metadata to my repository and go from there.
 +This post is a bit long, as I explain the whole process for the solution. If you’re interested in just the solution, scroll to the bottom.
 +I’m going to create a small git repository for illustrative purposes:
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