On 25/09/2012 1:35 PM, Anand Krishnan wrote:
> Hi
> Our project has a requirement: We are developing project in c++ for
> long time and now we started development in java too. Both our c++ and
> java source code is residing in different repo paths. There are some
> artifacts which are common for both c++ and Java. As of now we are
> duplicating those in both the repositories. Is there a way to avoid
> this duplication by keeping the common artifact in a single place and
> referring/using them in both c++ and java? Any suggestions?
> Thank you
> Anand Krishnan
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Anand,

I think that you need to read the section on sub-modules in the git
manuals, git help submodule should display it for you.

Gadget/Steve

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