I am working in a team for a company that has made the decision to migrate to Bitbucket from SVN.
The team currently thinks that we want to do the migration with history.
Our team is also about to upgrade our development toolset in conjunction with the migration.
This new toolset is not 100 % compatible with the old one and thus opening a project with the
new toolset will automatically make changes to the project structure, so that it cannot be
opened with the current/old toolset anymore. Therefore, the idea is to separate the code bases so
that they cannot mix with each other. Related to this, I would like to ask if it is possible to
configure SubGit so that for certain repos there is only one-way sync (SVN To Git) ?
What we would like to explore is a set-up where we could combine SVN and Bitbucket so that the
team-members could gradually move over to Git. Ideally that would mean that we could use SVN and Bitbucket side-by-side, get familiar with Git and gradually cease using SVN.
Having studied SubGit a bit it sounds quite promising for our needs. However, to be on the safe side,
I would like to double check what are the deployment options and their cost. Our team has currently
8-9 persons (5 actively making code commits), SVN is running on a Windows server, Bitbucket is bought
as a service from Atlassian (the company has way more Bitbucket users in total, but they will not
Thanks in advance