OOPS, forgot the very last step. Once you've verified that the git merge 
worked the way you want, do a "git branch -d branch-with-files". You might 
want to do a "git gc" as well just to recompress everything. But it's not 
absolutely necessary. I'm just a bit minus on space.

On Sunday, December 9, 2012 6:31:53 AM UTC-6, Michael wrote:
> Hello,
> Sounds like a common scenario? We've decoupled some functionality from one 
> repo solution, and I'd like to promote that repo branch to another repo 
> master. Can this be done easily from a Git perspective, or do we just need 
> to copy the projects and other files into the newly cloned repo?
> Thanks...
> Regards,
> Michael


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