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Re: [egit-dev] Gerrit -> SVN Synchronization

Gerrit pushes into the git repository, like any other git client would. It's independent from the -> SVN piece. 

There's usually a map (for git svn) which says what git mails to svn users have, though I don't know to what extent this is affected by Gerrit in the middle; since it has your address then as long as it's the same (or mapped) in svn. 

Commits in git often have the 'signed off by' tagline' as well which you can add with a flag (-s?) which can be a useful way of tracking origin. 

None of this really answers your question, but thought it might be useful info to add.


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On 15 Oct 2009, at 00:57, Chris Aniszczyk <zx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

How does the commits approved from Gerrit get pushed into SVN? And when?

Also, do all commits in SVN get attribute to Shawn :)?

Trying to understand the workflow here a bit.


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