chombee wrote: > Do you use the same setup as me, with a single centralised bare repo that > every other repo pushes to and pulls from?
Each repo has a bare repo somewhere that it pushes to, yes. > It looks as if you have a number of git repositories inside your first git > repository. Do you just .gitignore them? Yes. > Also do you have something to tie together working with so many different > repos? It must be quite inconvenient to do status, add, rm, commit etc. on > 9 different repos all the time. Yes, that's mr http://kitenet.net/~joey/code/mr/ > Any tips for versioning email with git? Does git work well for email? > I thought it might perform badly on the two extremes that email > presents: one big file (mbox) or one big folder with lots of small > files in it (maildir). I guess you would always want to do 'git add . > ; git commit -a;' to avoid having to manually add, rm and commit > individual files. I think you might want to somehow auto-generate > commit messages for email too. It works ok for mailbox format archives, I have a cron job that adds and commits the mail archives. Of course, there's the same problem as using svn that the disk usage is approximatly doubled. -- see shy jo
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