Hi,
I have two local git repos which basically are the same.
the first one is in fact only changed once in a while.
I want that the changes in the first repo will be copied to the
second repo.
When I perform this copy/sync operation,  the second repo is known to
be in the state of the first repo before last changes to the first
repo.

Of course I can produce the list of changed files of the first repo
by:
git diff --name-only
and then copy them one by one manually to the second repo.
But this is a bit cumbersome.
Is there some automatic way to do it ?
with git, or maybe with rsync ?

rgs,
Kevin






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