Could you try explaining in simpler terms what you are trying to do?
My first guess is that you have a big repository with three branches, and
you want to split it into three repositories, one for each branch. Is that
On Friday, June 29, 2012 4:13:09 PM UTC+2, Nedvajz wrote:
> is there a way, how to pull/clone (somehow) only commits of one, and only
> one branch?
> For example:
> 1) Lets say i have 3 branches in one submodule. Master(commits 1,2,3,4) ,
> Project1(commits 1,2,3,4,5) , Project2(commits 1,2,3,4,6,7,8).
> 2) I am starting with Project3 and wanna to get submodule Master branch
> only -> "git submodule add --only_specific_branch_commits
> 3) Now i will look into submodule, and "git branch -v" will show me only
> master, and as well "git branch -vr" show me only origin/master ...
> And if i will try to git cherry-pick 5 on Master branch-> where 5 is
> commit of Project1 only, there wont be any entry in history or so -> so it
> Why I am looking for something like this?
> We have cms for making Sites composed from submodules and via sumbodules
> we can easily modificate what cms can/cant.
> But always is there needed to specify one of plugins directly for that
> project and there are changes useless for another projects.
> So we made it till now via specific branch to get exactly what we need.
> But after many and many projects, the repo of the most specified
> plugins(modules) is going to be huge and it is not needed at all to get all
> commits of all projects into new one, but just the clean master branch with
> their commits.
> Thanks for any help, Nedvajz.
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