In my local Git repo I have 5 files. I commit to two different git
repositories from my local repository.
I need to commit 3 files to both remotes, but only one of the rest to
the REMOTE 1 and the other of the rest to the REMOTE 2. I do not want
REMOTE 1 to see any history of FILE 4 and REMOTE 2 to see any history
of FILE 5, but would like to store them both in my one local repo.
I have two versions of one project in one local git repository. I have
to commit this repository into 2 remote repositories, one for each
LOCAL GIT(V1/V2) -> REMOTE GIT(V1), REMOTE GIT(V2)
I have some files in the LOCAL GIT repository which should only go to
REMOTE GIT(V1) and other should only go to REMOTE GIT(V2). Now I
commit full local repository to both remotes. Can I only commit some
files to REMOTE1?
I need to have both version of the project in one repository, but
would like to have an options to divide history a bit. I do not think
that any branching can help as then I would have to make the same
changes to both branches mostly. Most of the code, 90% of the code is
the same for VER 1 and VER 2. New code is usually the same for both
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