We recommend using GitHub Importer to import projects from Subversion, Mercurial, Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC), or another Git repository. You can also use these external tools to convert your project to Git.
Importing from Subversion
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 personal 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:
Importing from Mercurial
We recommend hg-fast-export for converting Mercurial repositories to Git.
Importing from TFVC
We recommend git-tfs for moving changes between TFVC and Git.
For more information about moving from TFVC (a centralized version control system) to Git, see "Plan your Migration to Git" from the Microsoft docs site.
Tip: After you've successfully converted your project to Git, you can push it to GitHub.