On 2013-10-29 14:50, Piotr Krukowiecki wrote:
Yes, I put a lot of code into the repository. I know it is wrong from git POV ;)
That's why I wrote about splitting repository into multiple smaller
repositories, but AFAIK git is not very good at managing that too...
Lot of code isn't problem, see Linux kernel or GCC, or LibreOffice.org
(Background: we're thinking about migrating svn repository into git.
Currently there is one svn repository containing many related
directories. They are branched/merged/tagged together. Often work is
done on all/many of them, but there are some use cases where we need
only some of them)
If they are independent projects, they should get independent repositories;
you can stitch them back together using git-submodule (or git-subtree).
reposurgeon can hel you with that.
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