No I like to do a copy with history from a repository into a directory of 
another repository

git <copy with history> T8Suite <to> TrionicSuites/T8Suite 

Both T8Suite and TrionicSuites are repros


Op vrijdag 2 oktober 2015 17:43:43 UTC+2 schreef Konstantin Khomoutov:
> On Fri, 2 Oct 2015 06:52:33 -0700 (PDT) 
> Meindert Oldenburger < <javascript:>> wrote: 
> > Good point. What left is how to make a distinction in the repository 
> > of the different projects? For example I move T7Suite and T8SuitePro 
> > to CommonSuite. Are the following actions a good approach?: 
> > - Move current files in CommonSuite to a subdirectory "Common"; 
> > - Move T7Suite repro in subdirectory CommonSuite/T7Suite; 
> > - Move T8SuitePro repro in subdirectory CommonSuite/T8SuitePro. 
> > 
> > I find it difficult to make dissensions like this :) 
> > development is done in VisualStudio 
> I'd just have three top-level directories: Common, T7Suite, T8Suite. 
> If each of these entities result in several assemblies being built, 
> have a subdirectory for each.  That's a pretty common approach to 
> organizing .NET code, really. 

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