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svn-dump-fast-export converts a textual representation of a Subversion repository into input suitable for git-fast-import and similar importers. Subversion repository dumps can be generated using the 'svnadmin dump' or 'svk admin dump' command. To support incremental imports, it puts a 'git-svn-id' line at the end of each commit log message if passed an URL on the command line. Empty directories and unknown properties are silently discarded. The resulting repository will generally require further processing to put each project in its own repository and to separate the history of each branch. The 'git filter-branch --subdirectory-filter' command may be useful for this purpose.

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