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I have a project that I have been working on locally with Git but my work uses SVN and I want to add it to their SVN server. How would I do that?

I think this is what I want to do but I am not sure...

git svn init <SVN_PROJECT_URL>

If that is correct, does the URL need to exists before I init?

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Bah, too short. See my answer instead. :) – Carlos Feb 22 '12 at 19:22
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I think this topic on SO will get you what you want. The linked topic covers a step-by-step instruction on pushing an exisiting GIT repo to SVN.

Hope that helps!

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