Thanks, I think it's worth reading.
On Thursday, December 6, 2012 2:30:04 PM UTC-5, John McKown wrote:
> I hesitate to mention this, but have you looked at submodules? It is, kind
> of, similar to what you seem to want. Each eclipse project is in its own
> subdirectory of the same parent. The parent is a "superproject". From my
> reading, this is "cutting edge" in git. I.e. it is new and still changing.
> I am a bit uncomfortable mentioning it, but I don't believe in protecting
> people from themselves. Your foot, your bullet.
> On Thursday, December 6, 2012 12:22:58 PM UTC-6, Jeffrey Marans wrote:
>> Can I create multiple eclipse projects using the same GIT repository
>> without sub-repositories or the need to re-clone the repository each time?
>> It seems that when one creates a project in eclipse it saves a .project
>> file into the repository making it impossible to create another.