On Wednesday, July 10, 2013 12:35:28 AM UTC+2, HWSWMAN wrote:

> i want to setup git for my entire team, tons of files, many directories, 
> etc ... i do NOT want everyone to clone all these files to their machine, 
> but if they make changes, i want to track them ... for example on a shared 
> drive there are many projects, each project has many folders with different 
> files, etc ... should i make repos for every subdirectory under the main 
> one? what is the best way to do this?

There is no easy way to say without being knee-deep within your 
context/project. You have to provide more information for us to reason 
about how you should organize the repos.

If you want to have "lazy" subdirectories (meaning they aren't checked out 
before the team member explicitly asks for it), I believe this is possible 
with git submodules, but I can't say exactly how at the moment.. 

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