However, not long ago I transfered a repository to another computer, and messed up my git settings (I set AutoCrLf to true... oops).
Anyway, this messed up my repo pretty good, to the point that I couldn't even do a git svn rebase without it failing with the error "
Incomplete data: Delta source ended unexpectedly"
Turns out, in order to fix this, you have to re-get the entire repository, or at least without re-getting the commits that were checked out with AutoCrLf (remember, I had the git repo from another computer, so most of the history was good).
So, how do you rewind git-svn to a particular revision?
Thanks to the handy git-svn documentation:
And then, just git svn rebase as normal.