On 3 June 2015 at 09:31, reinhart_herzog via Git for human beings
<git-users@googlegroups.com> wrote:
> Hi!
> how can SVN Externals be mapped to GIT?
> We're heavily using externals. We reference folders and files with externals
> at a certain revision.
> I've read about Subtree Merges and Sub-Repositories. But none of these seem
> to be able to reflect externals to files - as only repositories can be
> referenced.
> Using Linux Sym-Links could be a way to go - but thats a hack.

No, there's no way to mimic the full power of SVN externals in git.


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