On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 1:23 AM, Sean Cribbs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> aslak hellesoy wrote:
>> One more recommendation: Git has a feature akin to svn:externals
>> called Git submodule that lets you "symlink" other Git repos. Have you
>> considered using this feature for the stuff under vendor and
>> vendor/plugins? A lot of the stuff that is there is already at Github,
>> and the stuff that isn't should be quick to clone up to
>> Github/Gitorious. I think that in the long run it's better to use Git
>> submodule than keeping hard forks of the various libraries.
> I'll give that some thought and toss it around with the other committers.
> However, it may suffer the same weaknesses as svn:externals, which is
> dependency on the availability of those other repositories, which I don't
> like much.
True, but as long as everything is hosted at the same host (Github) -
if one repo is available, so will the others.
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