On Fri, Oct 02, 2015 at 02:44:55AM -0700, Meindert Oldenburger wrote:
> Thanks for answering.
> Before CommonSuite code was in Both "main" repositories, now we try to
> extract the common parts into CommonSuite. At the end we have
> hopefully most of the code in CommonSuite. But T8SuitePro and T7Suite
> are differend products that looks the same but are not.

To me, "different products" doesn't automatically mean they should go
into separate git repos.

For instance, as soon as you make a change to CommonSuite you need to
rebuild both T8 and T7.  It sounds like you are trying to get as much
code as possible into CommonSuite, that would likely also mean that
almost *all maintenance* happens there, with the result that both
products need to be rebuilt on every change.  So why complicate the
build process by requireing 3 checkouts?


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