>
> you have 
> to turn each of these directories into separate repositories and 
> either use the so-called "subtree merging" or submodules.

I was going to do so. Maybe it was not clear from my scheme in original 
question. I edited it to clarify.

Proj1_2_common/
     .git/
     ...
Proj1_2_3_common/
     .git/
     ...
Proj1/
     .git/
     ...
Proj2/
     .git/
     ...
Proj3/
     .git/
     ...

And after this again: what is advantages of "subtree" or "submodules" over just 
add "Proj1_2_common/" to project in IDE and use it repo separately?

And what about history of old and new repos?

it still would be better if you have copied the original answer inline


Only answer without question?

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