Re: git-svn is "Unable to determine upstream SVN information..."
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Thanks for your quick reply! Let me go through your check-list... On Thu, 9 Jul 2009 20:31:33 -0700, Eric Wong wrote: >esskov@xxxxxxxxxx wrote: >> I'm trying to clone the trunk of an svn repo, so that I can work on a set >> of patches locally, and then occasionally push some of them back to svn. >> >> The git-svn clone seems to go well, and the resulting git log looks >> alright. However, git-svn info and git-svn rebase both say "Unable to >> determine upstream SVN information from working tree history". >> Also, git-svn log shows nothing. I'm using the svn:// protocol btw, but I >> guess the protocol shouldn't matter? > >Protocol shouldn't matter. Do you have any non-linear history from >merges in git? git-svn (and SVN) doesn't play very nicely with >non-linear history that git merges can generate. > >Does having a clean clone of that repo fix things? You didn't use >--no-metadata or blow away your .git/svn/* directories, did you? I do get the problem with a clean clone, and I don't see any difference between the structure of the .git/svn/* of the problematic repo and of the working test-repo. The problem can be reproduced as simple as this: $ git svn init svn://svn.xxx.xxx/xxx/trunk $ git svn fetch -r BASE:10 $ git branch -a * master remotes/git-svn $ git svn info Unable to determine upstream SVN information from working tree history $ git log each commit shows line like: "a git-svn-id: svn://svn.xxx.xxx/xxx/trunk@1-10 xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx" These 10 revisions only consist of file insertions and deletions in the trunk. >> To test if this was a general problem, I just tried to git-svn clone a >> repo on some public svn server which was also using the svn protocol. I >> used exactly the same syntax for the svn init and fetch commands. However, >> the resulting git repo did NOT suffer from the problem, i.e., git-svn info >> reported nicely etc. >> >> At some point I suspected that there might be a problem with the >> "git-svn-id ..." lines in the commits for the problematic repo, but they >> look just like the ones for the working repo. The .git/config files of the >> working and the non-working git-repos are similar as well. >> >> What could be causing this problem? > >Which version of git svn is this? I see the problem with both git version 22.214.171.124.1299.gee46c (msysgit) and git version 126.96.36.199.412.gf581d (Ubuntu). The latter contains your fix for that other problem I encountered :) >Are there any weird characters in the URL? No. The only thing 'different' about this svn server is that it uses authentication (i.e. asks for name+password). But I suppose that when the git-svn fetch goes well, then this is not the problem? Do the git-svn info and git-svn rebase even need to access the svn server? >Off the top of my head I can't think of anything else; I assume >you're not allowed to share access to the repo (or to the clone) you're >having problems with? Right, at least it's something we should talk about off-list. Is there any way of asking git-svn *why* it is "unable to determine upstream SVN information from working tree history" ? Cheers, Esben -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe git" in the body of a message to majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html
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