Working on a Subversion repository using Git

In the first part of this chapter, we will see the most cautious approach while starting to move away from Subversion, which is to keep the original repository using Git to fetch and push changes. For the purpose of learning, we will create a local Subversion repository, using both Subversion and Git to access its contents.

Creating a local Subversion repository

Without the hassle of remote servers, let's create a local Subversion repository as a container for our experiments:

$ cd \Repos 
$ svnadmin create MySvnRepo

Now there's nothing more and nothing less to be done here, and the repository is now ready to be filled with folders and files.

Checking out the Subversion repository with svn client

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