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Mercurial to SVN migration

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I have got a task of migrating code base from Mercurial to SVN.

I had tried 'hg convert" and it starts working upto few revisions. At one point, it fails with statement: "svn error: file doesn't exists". I didn't recall the error code but there was one.

What does it mean and how can it be resolved?

posted Apr 28, 2014 by Kiran Kumar

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It sounds like an error we're producing but we don't really know the context of how their 'hg convert' command is getting that error. I'd have to tear about their code to even begin to try and figure out possibly where it's coming from.

If you're going to ask for help with an error, it's best to provide the full and exact error messages you're getting, including any error codes.

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