[plt-scheme] could we have a git-svn mirror of the repository?

From: Eli Barzilay (eli at barzilay.org)
Date: Mon Nov 2 08:43:35 EST 2009

On Nov  2, troels knak-nielsen wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 1:22 PM, Eli Barzilay <eli at barzilay.org> wrote:
> > * Out of curiosity (and no flames intended): if this can be used
> >   to have people use git and send back patch sets, then does that
> >   mean that there's no need for our repository to ever move to a
> >   distributed tool?  (The thing is that I looked into it, and none
> >   of the systems look nearly as robust as svn does.)
> Synchronising two-way between svn and git is *possible*, but tricky.
> I'm not exactly an expert on git, but I tried to do this for a
> project and had it sort-of-working for a while, before it blew up. I
> think it's possible to handle if you know both git and svn well, but
> I think it requires that. So if you're willing to invest the time in
> becoming an expert on git, you can keep svn ;)

My hope is (was?) that things are simple if all I want is to replay a
bunch of patches.

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