On Fri, Oct 02, 2015 at 11:19:25AM -0700, Meindert Oldenburger wrote:
> Thanks.
> 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

I suspect Konstantin was only commenting on the organisation of the code
in the project, not on how you would merge the three repos into a single
one while keeping the history intact.

Recently I decided to move a project away from using submodules.  The
project had a master repo and half-a-dozen sub-repos.  When merging all
of these repos into a single large one I used subtrees to make sure all
history was kept. I can recommend it if you aren't put off by having a
git repo with multiple roots.



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