GitHub is a great collaborative development platform for Open Source. My projects were currently only published in source zip files, and my SVN repository was private. Having played a while with GitHub, this is now a must have if you want some contributions. So I decided to publish my projects to GitHub.
But I had some exigences :
- Keep separate a ‘private’ repository and the GitHub public one : I use a repository to sync files between my Linux and Windows development environments with a lot of technical commits
- Have history commits (but cleaned of those technical commits and rubbish comments)
As I use SVN for my private repository, it is very easy to distinguish from git commits. And both tools perfectly works alongside each other.
To migrate contents, I wrote two scripts, inspired by this article about GIT commits in the past : https://leewc.com/articles/making-past-git-commits/ (suite…)