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10/2/2016 11:51:37 AM
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Converting Mercurial repo to Git/SVN...

So I was getting ready to grab the last major update into my local repo and realized you changed from Mercurial to Git. This is a problem for me because I already use Git for my own version (with my built features and customizations) and there's not really a supported way of having two git repos in the same folder. So, how am I supposed to reconcile the changes between my local Mercurial repo and the new Git one?

2/14/2017 6:27:41 AM
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Re: Converting Mercurial repo to Git/SVN...

I'm tagging this post again. I would like to update my working version, but changing from Mercurial to Git has caused a conflict with my own source control. Does anyone know how to reconcile this properly? 

2/14/2017 9:18:19 AM
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Re: Converting Mercurial repo to Git/SVN...

Hello Mike,

I'm not sure what to do on this but I believe this answer on Stack Overflow will work for you. 

Of course, you should create a backup of your local repo before you do anything.

Hope this helps,
Joe