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Aki Kanerva

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  1. Ah, I figured it out! I changed from PowerShell to Command Prompt, and things started working. Git produced the export in a matter of minutes, and the file size was a little less than half of what was generated when using Powershell. I'm guessing PowerShell insisted on using UTF-8 encoding or something weird.
  2. Thanks Carlos! Still need some further assistance though. Following the example in the help page for fast-export, I exported the bare repo using the following command (took about an hour and a half): git fast-export --all -M --signed-tags=strip --tag-of-filtered-object=drop > export.dat Then I tried using this command to import it: cm fast-import PlasticRepoName ..\GitRepo.git\export.dat And received this output: ]uldn't process command [??b l o b ]ror: Couldn't process command [??b l o b
  3. Hi there, New user here, trying to figure out how to migrate an existing Git repo into Plastic Cloud. This is just a one-time operation, I don't need to sync anything with Git after the initial import. I have a local Git repo in bare format, exported with the git clone --mirror command. How do I use this package as the basis of a new Plastic Cloud repo? Thanks in advance!
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