In a typical Subversion environment, multiple projects are stored in a single root repository. On GitHub, each of these projects will usually map to a separate Git repository for a user account or organization. We suggest importing each part of your Subversion repository to a separate GitHub repository if:
- Collaborators need to check out or commit to that part of the project separately from the other parts
- You want different parts to have their own access permissions
We recommend these tools for converting Subversion repositories to Git:
We recommend hg-fast-export for converting Mercurial repositories to Git.
We recommend git-tfs for moving changes between TFVC and Git.
Tip: After you've successfully converted your project to Git, you can push it to GitHub.