version control for hudson source: bidirectional git<-->svn?

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version control for hudson source: bidirectional git<-->svn?

Benjamin Shine-2

I see the git repository at http://github.com/kohsuke/hudson -- very  
cool. I love git, but I'm pretty much a git newbie. But -- which is  
the source of truth, git or subversion? Or are they connected  
bidirectionally? How can that work?

-ben



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Re: version control for hudson source: bidirectional git<-->svn?

Jon Schewe-4
Subversion is the master. I'm not sure if it's setup, but you can do bidirectional access if you're careful using git-svn.

On Thu, Dec 24, 2009 at 11:31 PM, Benjamin Shine <[hidden email]> wrote:

I see the git repository at http://github.com/kohsuke/hudson -- very cool. I love git, but I'm pretty much a git newbie. But -- which is the source of truth, git or subversion? Or are they connected bidirectionally? How can that work?

-ben



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