GitHub Importer is a tool that quickly imports source code repositories, including commits and revision history, to GitHub.com for you.
During an import, depending on the version control system you're importing from, you can authenticate with your remote repository, update commit author attribution, and either import repositories with large files or, if you don't want to use Git Large File Storage, remove large files.
Warning: Support for importing Mercurial, Subversion and Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) repositories will end on October 17, 2023. For more details, see the changelog.
|Authenticate with remote repository|
|Update commit author attribution|
|Move large files to Git Large File Storage|
|Remove large files from your repository|