How about mixing your current solution with Git(Hub)?

As I undurstand, your entire repository is kept on Dropbox. If you have
your CMS files ignored, it doesn't pollute your own code (that, your Git
repo), so I don't see what else would you want to achieve. Unless you want
to eliminate Dropbox from the picture, because in that case, you will
definitely need to push you big CMS to GitHub.
On 23 Oct 2013 22:01, "Jamie Devine" <jamie.devine...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I've been wanting to start using git on all my projects but i'm struggling
> to find a workflow that works for me.
>
> Currently I use a Dropbox folder as a working directory for all of my
> projects. I work across multiple PC's so this enables me to work seamlessly
> wherever I am. I've tried using git with some of these projects but it
> causes an issue where git sees files as 'modified' when they are synced to
> a new PC, even if the files haven't been modified.
>
> I've seen another workflow mentioned that involves pushing the code to
> GitHub and then just pulling it down on another PC. This in itself causes
> problems for me. Nearly all of my projects are based in as CMS, this means
> 90% of the code is never touched because it's part of the CMS core. To
> avoid syncing the whole CMS to GitHub I have been git-ignoring everything
> except the custom themes and modules that i've been developing. This of
> course means I can't just push and pull my repo as it would be missing all
> of the CMS core files and assets etc.
>
> Should I just push EVERYTHING to GitHub (including assets like images or
> PDFs and a database dump) so i can pull it all down on another PC? This
> seems a bit silly to me when most of it never changes.
>
> I'm just trying to figure the whole thing out at the moment. I'd be
> interested to hear how other people who work from multiple locations use
> git and the best practices when it comes to working with CMS's or
> frameworks that contain a lot of files that aren't specific to the project.
>
> Thanks
>
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