[tpm] [OT] Git repo combination
mattp at cpan.org
Thu Jan 17 09:24:33 PST 2013
You would want to use git subtree for this use case:
http://git-scm.com/book/ch6-7.html (Antonio, sorry for the double send.
meant to reply-all).
On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 12:12 PM, Antonio Sun <antoniosun at lavabit.com>wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 11:22 AM, Olaf Alders <olaf.alders at gmail.com>wrote:
>> > An off-topic question on Git -- how to put my locally managed Git repo
>> under a sub-folder of another remote Git repo?
>> > My locally managed Git repo was created totally locally, without any
>> remote repo. Now I hope everything, including the histories, can show up
>> under a sub-folder of another remote Git repo.
>> Hi Antonio,
>> I think you want "git submodule".
> Thanks Olaf,
> That's not quite what I was looking for. For git submodule, "you want to
> be able to treat the two projects as *separate *yet still be able to use
> one from within the other. . . Submodules allow you to keep a Git
> repository as a subdirectory of another Git repository. This lets you clone
> another repository into your project and keep your commits separate."
> I wasn't able to find a remote repo for my local repo until recently, now
> I just want to give my local repo a remote repo, but should be under a sub
> folder. Afterward, there would be only one *combined *repo. Would that be
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