To treat the Uintah svn tree as a git repository, you can use git-svn. It is recommended that you clone from a specific revision to avoid a long wait of cloning the entire uintah svn tree. I always clone from the HEAD revision.

git svn clone -r HEAD uintah-work

Now treat uintah-work as a regular git repository.
Once you are ready to push changes back to the svn repository, use:

git svn dcommit

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