(1) I am concerned about checking in my personal projects to my company repo
(2) I am concerned about my company knowing that I am doing other commits
to other projects

On 13 April 2013 16:03, Magnus Therning <mag...@therning.org> wrote:

> On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 06:32:23PM -0700, sunnytrader wrote:
> > Hi All,
> >
> > I started with GIT last week and am already using it for my company
> > work .  There is a repo hosted on BitBucket and all the developers
> > are using it including myself.
> >
> > I now wanted to setup another repo for myself but i want to be
> > absolutely certain that it doesnt not get mixed up with my office
> > work. The starting point i though was to ceate another windows user
> > and have the repo in the mydocuments area which is account specific.
> >
> > What else do i need to do to enable sure shot seperation ? Is it
> > possible to have two installs o GIT and should i do it or there is
> > another way?
> What will you use this new repo for?
> What kind of 'mixing up' is it you are worried about?
> I'm asking since I personally don't see any scenario where you'd have
> to go as far as creating a new user just to avoid mixing them up.
> /M
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