On Fri, Aug 28, 2015 at 05:26:18PM +0200, Magnus Therning wrote:
> I'm planning on getting rid of the submodules my predecessor set up
> and I've tried to find a nice way of doing it.  I'd like to keep the
> history from the submodules intact.
> 
> My experimentation with `git subtree` suggests that'll work well, but
> maybe I'm missing something, is there a better way of folding
> submodules into a parent repo?

I've since gone ahead and folded in the submodule by using subtrees
and it's worked out nicely.  We now have a tree with 8 roots, but
given that we still haven't made any releases, and hence have no tags
or anything that needs preserving we aren't really hurt by that.

/M

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