interesting though thank you
On Tuesday, July 2, 2013, Dale R. Worley wrote:
> > If I create a git repo for multiple projects, for example ALL projects
> > 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
> > 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
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