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Have a look at possibly pre- and post- hooks, or more likely smudge and clean filters as one mechanism for keeping everything the same but different...

see the question/ answers in http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5769846/recommended-git-workflow-for-test-and-production-instanceshttps://stackoverflow.com/questions/5769846/recommended-git-workflow-for-test-and-production-instances as a suggestion that may fit your workflow

Have a look at possibly pre- and post- hooks, or more likely smudge and clean filters as one mechanism for keeping everything the same but different...

see the question/ answers in http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5769846/recommended-git-workflow-for-test-and-production-instances as a suggestion that may fit your workflow

Have a look at possibly pre- and post- hooks, or more likely smudge and clean filters as one mechanism for keeping everything the same but different...

see the question/ answers in https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5769846/recommended-git-workflow-for-test-and-production-instances as a suggestion that may fit your workflow

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Have a look at possibly pre- and post- hooks, or more likely smudge and clean filters as one mechanism for keeping everything the same but different...

see the question/ answers in http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5769846/recommended-git-workflow-for-test-and-production-instances as a suggestion that may fit your workflow