> For example, let's say we take a local copy of the private repository.
> I would like to somehow create an empty branch in that local copy and
> then populate it with the history of the public repository. I would
> like to be able to specify a git diff-like command on the public graft
> branch to get some changes over a range of commits and apply those
> changes to one of the private branches (say master).
You can set up (the git mirror of) the public repository as a remote in
the private repository and git cherry-pick the commits you want to copy
Andreas Schwab, sch...@linux-m68k.org
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