On Friday, October 4, 2013 8:24:46 PM UTC+2, Eric wrote:

> Hi All,
> Apologies if this was asked somewhere else but my colleague and I haven't 
> been able to find any mention of a situation like this before.
> Context:
> 1. We started in CVS with a Main Repository "A" and within it, a 
> subdirectory "B"
> 2. We migrated to GIT and preserved all history - we have Main Repository 
> "A," and pulled out subdirectory "B" into it's own repository. "A" and "B" 
> are now two entirely separate repositories.
> Question:
> Is there a way to bring "B" back into Main Repository "A" and preserve all 
> history (for both)? "A" and "B" have now progressed a bit, otherwise we 
> would just scrap the whole thing and do the migration over again.

Did you try out a normal subtree merge? 


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