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Friday, June 26, 2009

git subtree

Mike Haertel forwarded me a link to git subtree.

It goes a long way towards what I want. It doesn't have the intentional branching - what it means for a project to be on the same branch as a subproject library it is using. But it goes a long way, perhaps most of the way, towards what I want.

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