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How to migrate code and revision history repository from Mercurial to subversion?

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We want to Migrate code and revision history repository from Mercurial to subversion, Can you please provide the scripts/tools if there are any for doing this activity?

Can you please guide me for completing this activity successfully.

posted Jun 12, 2015 by anonymous

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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?