Goodbye Google Code
Google Code is shutting down (because everyone uses github anyway)
So long and thanks for all the fish. It has been a good ride — thank you for pushing open collaboration forward!
Its been a good transition to git. If you haven’t yet, consider using git as an SVN client with git-svn. I recommend this a great way to get your feet wet.
Google Code has a good guide on how to export to git located here: https://code.google.com/p/support/wiki/ExportingToGit
Ok, now what?
How do I move my code from google code (svn) to github? You are in luck, git-svn is here to the rescue.
Cloning your project is a simple one-liner away!
git svn clone -s http://some_app.googlecode.com/svn/
This will download all of the commits and create a new git repository containing all of your history!
The -s (short for –stdlayout) flag is telling git-svn to use the standard layout (meaning that it knows how to interpret the trunk/branches/tags roots in git.)
svnrepo/ ├── branches ├── tags └── trunk
You can customize this if you have a non-standard layout with additional flags check the documentation for more details: man git-svn
-T<trunk_subdir> --trunk=<trunk_subdir> -t<tags_subdir> --tags=<tags_subdir> -b<branches_subdir> --branches=<branches_subdir>
From here you can just create a new repo in github and push it! Checkout github’s docs on doing this. They also have a decent guide on importing projects into github.
… Or just use the Export to Github button … that google code just added.