On Thursday, December 4, 2014 3:08:27 AM UTC+1, derelict wrote:
>  Hi Thomas;
> Thank you for your in-depth response!
> So generally, it sounds like under git I would expect to have *many* 
> different repositories, unlike Svn where I had one single repository which 
> contained all the projects that we'd ever worked on.  Do I understand 
> correctly?  

Absolutely. In our team of 5 devs, we have about 100 repos. Most of them 
are little libraries or utilities that we use across different projects - 
some of these are only needed for one project, but it made sense for them 
architecturally to have their own repository.

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