On Thu, Oct 01, 2015 at 11:35:36PM -0700, Meindert Oldenburger wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm working on an opensource project caled T8SuitePro and T7Suite. Both 
> have common code that is stored in CommonSuite. Now we made a submodule 
> from CommonSuite within both TxSuite repositories.
> I'm working a couple of weeks now with this configuration but it feels like 
> a bit overkill. A lot of administration needs to be done to get 
> repositories in sync, and it is not easy to understand.
> Is this the way or is there a more simple solution?
> I was thinking in Just pull both repositories T8SuitePro en CommonSuite 
> into c:\GitHub and in visual studio add project CommonSuite from 
> c:\GitHub\CommonSuite  instead of c:\GitHub\T8SuitePro\CommonSuite 

Why not merge all three into a single repo?


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