Re: Personal git repositories
On Wed, 2011-04-27 at 20:59 -0400, Bruce Ashfield wrote:
On 11-04-27 6:47 PM, Darren Hart wrote:I think there are three elements to this:I don't understand wanting to keep multiple distinct source trees in a singleThis is what I was wondering as well. I had my meta-kernel-dev as
a) People do like the logical separation that a repo gives them and
find it easiest to think in those terms.
b) Most people are used to single relatively monolithic repos such as
the kernel. People like myself who have used svn with multiple
projects contained within like matchbox or the OpenedHand "misc" svn
repo or the BSD projects approach to source control are probably in
c) The git tooling and all the examples out there are geared up to
single repos. git is very much a tool where you need to think as its
Some of this can be addressed with clear example documentation about how
to use git in this way.
Partly, these proposals are also working within the constraints of the
git server solution we have too. Are we really in such a bad position
that we need to change all the server setup over this or are there ways
we can work within the existing system (or even extend gitolite)?