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  • on the other hand, @AtomEditor's git GUI is very productive, so it still has my preference over @code 43 weeks 3 days ago
  • I wonder if #vscode users do use #git... The GUI is just impractical on a daily basis, I always end up switching to command line 43 weeks 3 days ago
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  • RT @stefanolaru: 3 hours of debugging can save you 5 mins of reading the docs. 48 weeks 4 days ago
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mercurial

tooling Migrating from Subversion to Mercurial

Need to migrate from Subversion to Mercurial ?

This is a quick guide to migrating an existing SVN repository to a new Hg one.

It takes 2 major steps :

  1. make a local copy of the existing SVN repository
  2. convert it to Hg

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Successful import from SourceForge's SVN to Google Code's Hg :

Sample project imported from Sourceforge's SVN to Google code's Hg

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