When cloning a repository with Just initialize clone (expert mode) option, SmartGit will only create a repository stub which will be reported as incomplete. This allows you to tweak the Translation options and the Tracking Configuration by changing the
.git/svn/.svngit/svngitkit.config file accordingly. After you have done so, you will have to restart the clone by pulling your repository.
Changing the configuration, either by tweaking the configuration files or even After the clone has been initialized, only
[svn-git-remote] can be tweaked.
[core] options can't be changed anymore at this stage, instead they have to be customized using system properties before starting SmartGit. Changing the
[core] configuration by system properties, will not only affect SmartGit's processing but also the Git repository configuration:
If you set
core.autocrlf is set to
true: the idea behind this logic is that if EOLs are controlled by
.gitattributes settings (
core.autocrlf should be
false in order not to interfere with
processEols=false then there will be no
.gitattributes which (usually) performs CRLF-to-LF canonicalization in the repository (what usually is desirable).
core.autocrlf=true has proven to be the lesser evil in this case.