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Everything you need to track the Source<= /a> can be found on the Git SVN tutorial.
It can take a while to import the full Boo history into Git. To speed up= the process, we have set up a bootstrap Git repository that contains a rec= ent copy of SVN history.
First ensure that you have a recent Git(at least version 1.5.1). If you=
are using Windows, msysgit is a nice and stable port.
The initial steps are almost the same as with any GitSVN import :
(replace url by https://USERNAME@= svn.codehaus.org/boo/boo/trunk if you have commit-access)=
This will setup an empty Git tree with a GitSVN import source named git-=
We now populate the tree from the bootstrap repository with :
You now have a full mirror of the Boo SVN tree with all the history upto= whenever the bootstrap was last updated.
You can update your local repository with :
(use this whenever you want to synchronize your git tree with the upstre= am Boo subversion repository)
You can now work and commit on your own local branches, submit patches b=
ased on one of your branches etc... usual Git stuff
All of this taking almost the same disk usage than if it was just the trunk= HEAD svn working copy.