I'm considering using Git to track the customizations I make to the
system files of my Linux box.  Has anyone done that and has hints on
how to make it work well?

Actually, I have two Linux boxes, and I need to track both sets of
customizations.  It looks easy enough to have one repository on each,
and each has a tracking branch for the other repository.  But I'm not
clear on how to do the bookkeeping for cross-merging customizations
that are first inserted on one machine to the other.  I have a feeling
that I want something that tracks which deltas from one lineage have
been merged into the other lineage, along the lines of the bookkeeping
that "svn merge" does.


Dale Worley
Morning amnesia -- Nature's way of keeping you from waking up screaming.
-- "Dilbert"

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