Thanks, it looks promising (although it is quite old)
Does anyone know about its restrictions, or does anyone have experiences
On Thursday, October 3, 2013 11:48:39 AM UTC+2, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
> On Thu, 3 Oct 2013 01:28:03 -0700 (PDT)
> > I would like to implement a multi-workspace version of git.
> > The main goal is to have several independent workspaces using only
> > one and single repository (without their own cloned repos). All these
> > things will run on one host, or probably will be located on nfs and
> > will be available on more hosts. Yes, I know there should be some
> > restrictions, for example push and pull will work on the repo
> > (probably there can be something like my-push). Branches will be
> > somehow tied to the workspaces, also all workspaces will have its own
> > HEAD.
> > I would like to discuss here how can it be implemented, what will (or
> > will not) work.
> That was implemented long time ago in the form of the git-new-workdir
> script available in the "contrib" Git subdirectory .
> The basic idea this Unix shell script implements is to create a separate
> directory with ".git" subdirectory in it which links to the "real" one
> *but* leaving intact things like HEAD which are purely local.
> This allows to have any number of separate checkouts of different
> branches, all referring to a single repository.
> Note that this script won't work on Windows as it makes use of symlinks
> which doesn't play together well with Windows.
> 1. https://github.com/git/git/blob/master/contrib/workdir/git-new-workdir
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