On 19 Sep 2013 14:39, "Gabriel Marchesan Almeida" <
> Thanks for your answer Thomas,
> However this is not what I am looking for.
> git-submodules is nice when you have stable components or third party
libraries where you can easily choose the version you want to update for
different components. However, IFIK, it does not allow you to do changes in
these repositories (commits, etc.),
yes you can. Submodules are actually somewhat repo in a repo. You can do
anything within that is possible with a "normal" repo.
> repotool from google allow you to do that, it basically clones different
repo for you based on a so-called manifest file (xml file with repos
information, url, etc.).
> However I am wondering if it is possible to point to a given TAG or
commit on the configuration parameters of repo tool.
> If anyone knows, a small example will be very helpful.
> On Thursday, September 19, 2013 2:26:01 PM UTC+2, Thomas Ferris
>> On Thursday, September 19, 2013 1:40:33 PM UTC+2, Gabriel Marchesan
>>> Hi colleagues,
>>> Considering I have multiple repositories in my manifest file.
>>> Do you know any way I could refer to different commit hashs on each one
of the repositories ?
>>> repo1 hash #eee33343443
>>> repo2 hash #ffff3f3f3f323f
>>> repoN hash #hjashdjhjh
>>> or if I could even use TAGS for that?
>> Sounds like a typical case for git submodules:
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