On Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 1:47:11 PM UTC+2, Cosmin Apreutesei wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Hope this is the right place to announce a new git tool.
> It's called multigit, and it allows you to work with multiple repositories 
> overlaid over a single directory. 
> URL: https://github.com/capr/multigit
> It's used extensively as the package manager for luapower[1], and it's 
> similar to vcsh[2] for those who know that project.
> It is useful for projects which are made of different components that are 
> developed separately, but which need to deploy files in different parts of 
> the directory structure of the project, like for instance:
>   * manage customizations made to a web app in a separate repository.
>   * putting your home directory under source control.
>   * package and/or config manager for a Linux distro.
> I hope someone finds it useful.
That does look very interesting. I haven't got a use-case for it at the 
moment, but I'm sure it could come in handy.

I've marked it for inclusion in the next edition of Git Rev News [1]

[1] http://git.github.io/rev_news/ 

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