I have two repositories, one local, another one published (e.g. on 
CodePlex). The local repository is a large codebase and forms part of a 
framework, the published repository is a subset only contains about 5%. For 
the files that differ, they do so in a minor way (comments, namespaces, 

How can I (a) determine if a repository has changed since my last merge; 
and (b) merge between the two repositories so changes in either get pushed 

I thought about making patches for single files but this is very much 
manual work. If I do end up making changes in each repository by doing a 
manual merge, how do I record in git that a merge was made?

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