Create a new branch "all" (or some other more descriptive name) based on 
daviddoria, then merge the other projects into it. 

You have your combined branch, and all of the source branches won't be polluted 
by each others commits. 


On Aug 12, 2010, at 7:22 AM, David Doria <daviddo...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
> I have a branch called daviddoria. From this branch, I created
> multiple branches (Project1, Project2, and Project3). I want to have a
> branch where I can use everything from all three project branches. My
> question is - if I merge Project1 into daviddoria, won't this also
> affect Project2 and Project3 (i.e. the next time Project2 and Project3
> are pulled they will get all of the changes made to Project1)? If that
> is correct, how can I make a branch that contains all of the changes
> to all of the projects but still keep all of the projects separate
> from each other?
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> David
> 
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