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From Vladimir Sitnikov <>
Subject Re: Migrate SVN -> Git
Date Mon, 27 May 2019 20:52:37 GMT
sebb> -1, because that loses all the SVN history.

I'm afraid you are wrong. Could you please clarify what do you mean?
Note: SVN repository is NEVER killed. It would still be around in read-only

sebb> AFAICT, there is no way to find historic SVN revisions in the
cleaned-up repo

SVN revision numbers (and branch names) are present in commit messages.
For instance:

There are two references:
1) Reference to SVN:   git-svn-id:
2) Reference to "old Git mirror": Former-commit-id:

sebb> Also, where in the history are the files that have been deleted?

The deleted files are still available via SVN read-only mirror.

sebb> I think INFRA need to review the script to make sure that it preserves
sebb> all necessary provenance.

Great note, indeed. That is up to them though. I don't think we can do much

sebb> -1 to combining Git with Gradle for the reasons stated above.

What about the use of for
It looks like the only your concerns were "missing SVN revisions" (which
are present) and "lost files" (which will be available through read-only
I read that as you have no concerns regarding jmeter-git-cleanup-result
besides the one that INFRA should check that somehow.


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