P.S. I am using git on windows 10.

On Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at 8:20:25 PM UTC-7, Greg Quintana wrote:
> I have 2 projects which share a set of verilog source files. I want to 
> keep these files identical in both projects. I think I need one repository 
> which I will check out files for each project. Each project will also have 
> files that are unique to that project. How do I set this up in git. I tried 
> creating a repository for one project and then cloned that repository, but 
> that left me with two different repositories, instead of one for both 
> projects.
> Thank You
> Greg Quintana

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