Jakub Narębski wrote:
> Hmmm... I used to do (and still do) such not-recommended thing,
> i.e. keeping git/gitweb/TODO etc. in git/gitweb/.git repository,
> while having git/gitweb/gitweb.perl in git/.git repository.
Why don't you put the gitweb/TODO in a different branch in the git.git
repository? Why do you feel the need to have two different
repositories tracking different files in the same path?
Just out of curiosity, how does stuff work with your setup? Does the
worktree gitweb/ belong to your gitweb.git repository or git.git
repository? How do half the git commands work? For example, won't
git clean -dfx remove the files tracked by your other repository?
Will a conflicting checkout not stomp files tracked by the other
repository? How are worktree-rules like .gitignore applied?
> So my (admittedly strange) setup will stop working?
Yes. I would persuade you not to use such a gross setup; this is not
what git was intended for at all.
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