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Simple way to deploy a subgit service to migrate from SVN to Git
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Subgit Docker Image

What is subgit ?

SubGit is a tool for a smooth, stress-free SVN to Git migration.
Create writable Git mirror of a local or remote Subversion repository and use both Subversion and Git as long as you like.
You may also do a fast one-time import from Subversion to Git or use SubGit within Atlassian Stash.

SubGit is a software from http://www.subgit.com/.
This image is simple way to deploy a subgit service to migrate.

How ?

Image: corfr/subgit

You need to expose your existing Git folder as the volume /repo.git.

This will start the translation using configuration stored in the myrepo.git/subgit folder:

docker run --name "subgit-myrepo" --volume /local/folder/myrepo.git:/repo.git corfr/subgit

You can use the 'post-update' Git hook to eventually upload changes.

This image does not take care of assisting the subgit configuration process for a repository.
You can eventually execute directly the image to do subgit commands directly.

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