I am missing two features in git-svn, which are:
(a) git-svn-dcommit should give credits to other authors when I commit thei=
I imported a patch from another author via git-am, and then svn-dcommited i=
but git-svn striped the author information. It should do something like:
if (author !=3D me) write(commitmessage, "Author: %author%");
(b) git-svn-rebase should have the location configurable where it tries to=
svn-up/svn-commit from/to, instead of searching the commits in the history=
for git-svn-id tags.
I tried to maintain a git-svn clone of a repository, fetching from a svn://=
address, but when I use it locally I need to commit via svn+ssh://=20
(while "updating" from the git-svn mirror).
This did not seem to work. Even after rewriting the svn addresses in the=20
commitlogs git-svn was unable to find the svn repository in the history.
I tried to create a patch for this myself, but I clashed a bit with my=20
knowledge of Perl (or the complete lack thereof), so I hope it might be=20
easier for you to do it.
Thanks in advance,
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