We've lost commits from revisions 65976 to 65991 due to a problem in SF. Those commits remained at git repository and were backed up at https://gitlab.com/lfagundes/tiki.
This document shows how to generate a patch from that git repository and apply on SVN to recover a commit.
git clone --depth 20 firstname.lastname@example.org:lfagundes/tiki.git tiki-lost cd tiki-lost
This will fetch only 20 last revisions from master (trunk). If you need to get commits from a branch:
git remote set-branches 18.x git fetch --depth 20 origin 18.x git checkout 18.x
Now look at the commit that was lost. Copy the SHA1 commit id of that revision, and the one before that. Then generate a patch:
# Use proper IDs below git diff 3d4de13f3eb3c7d174add16260bc495a470b0513 b2f2899b09294990ea880bc9ec4b2e3ebe2db340 > rev65992.patch
Now go to the SVN working copy and apply that patch:
patch -p1 < somewhere/tiki-lost/rev65992.patch svn commit