Git and SVN

Nathan Corvino corvino at
Tue Jun 12 14:06:31 PDT 2007

Thanks, guys.  I knew this--just to many things going on, and I forgot to
check the variants.  All makes sense now.



On 6/12/07, paul beard <paulbeard at> wrote:
> On Jun 12, 2007, at 12:40 PM, Nathan Corvino wrote:
> I just tried installing Git through MacPorts, and everything went great;
> except that I don't  seem to have git-svn, which is important for my current
> environment at work.  Does anyone know about this?  Is there a way to layer
> it on top?
> I know your question was answered but in the spirit of "teach a man to
> fish" and for the archives:
> white:~ paul$ port info git*
> git-core (Variants: universal, doc, svn)
> A stupid (but extremely fast) directory content manager. It doesn't do a
> whole lot, but what it _does_ do is track directory contents efficiently.
> Library Dependencies: curl, zlib, openssl, expat, libiconv
> Runtime Dependencies: curl, openssh, rsync
> Platforms: darwin
> Maintainers: bryan at
> That gives you the possible variants, project home page, dependencies,
> description,  and maintainer.
> --
> Paul Beard
> words:
> pictures:
> Are you trying to win an argument or solve a problem?
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