Wow.. it was that easy.
Then when I update something in Project1, I just do a
|[dor...@localhost AllProjects]$ git pull origin Project1
and AllProjects is now up to date.
Is there any standard way to make a "script" to pull from a whole
bunch of projects? Or should I just make a bash script with
git pull origin Project1
git pull origin Project2
Thanks for the help!
On Aug 12, 11:10 am, Donovan Bray <donno...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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