> From: HWSWMAN <ed.pat...@gmail.com>
> If I create a git repo for multiple projects, for example ALL projects that 
> my team works on, when they clone and pull, do they have to download all 
> the files?   Can they sort of selectively download the files they may want 
> to read or work on?  

I believe that one could create a repo with one branch for each
project -- that is, the branches would be *completely different* from
each other.  Since you can pull single branches from a master
repository, you should be able to create a dependent repository that
contains only the history of the one project.

OTOH, Git isn't designed to be used this way, so there are probably a
whole bunch of operational problems in implementing this idea.


Dale Worley
When you want genuine music -- music that will come right home to you
like a bad quarter, suffuse your system like strychnine whisky, go
right through you like Brandreth's pills, ramify your whole
constitution like the measles, and break out on your hide like the
pin-feather pimples on a picked goose,-- when you want all this, just
smash your piano, and invoke the glory beaming banjo!
-- Mark Twain, "Enthusiastic Eloquence," 
   San Francisco Dramatic Chronicle, 6/23/1865

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