Den lørdag den 19. oktober 2013 10.01.47 UTC+2 skrev Peter J Weisberg:
> On Oct 18, 2013 12:29 PM, "Casper Schmidt" <<javascript:>> 
> wrote:
> > My question is then: Is there any way to merge multiple repositories 
> into a single repository but in their own branch. I have found a few 
> guidelines using multiple remotes and simple merge but this merges the 
> history into the master branch every time I try. Also some guidelines talk 
> about merging repositories into seperate directories, but that is not 
> really what we want.
> If I understand correctly (which I might not) , you don't actually want to 
> "merge" anything.  You want to fetch from multiple remotes, then make local 
> branches for each of them.  That's just 'git branch myNewBranch 
> someRemote/master'.
Maybe merge is indeed the wrong term to use. I will try your suggestion and 
get back later today :) 

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