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Git One Repo or Multiple? [duplicate]

I know this has been asked a few times but I still a bit confused, People say to have a git repo per project, but I not 100% what "project" means in this context. I am going to have a reactjs front ...
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Best workflow for a web development team to work on a large amount of projects simultaneously? [duplicate]

We're a team of web developers, and as the number of projects we're working on has grown and continues to, things are starting to get messy. What we currently do is work on a locally shared folder ...
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Organizing multiple projects on GitHub

I am a freelance developer. I have multiple clients, each client has multiple projects, and each project has multiple distinct pieces of software. I recently migrated all my source control from my old ...
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Best ways to manage my Git repositories with projects sharing the same code [duplicate]

My background: I was programming for many years, but have never used a version control system. I felt, that such a system would save me a lot of time and allow me to be more productive, but I never ...
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What's the correct commit message in a multi-project repository

Somewhere else there was a discussion on putting several projects in one large repository. My question is, how does a good commit message look in those type of repos? I usually prepend each commit ...
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Splitting up a big project for several teams by git

We have a big angular project that works with several APIs provided by other projects. This project has a common part that is shared by all. It includes smaller sections dedicated to different teams ...
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How to decide git repo division with workflow considerations?

We are moving from subversion to git for branching and distributed development reasons. One struggle in the past with our old repository workflow was that every application had its own repository. A ...
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Git structure for java project

I know there are multiple posts on similar problems, so please be kind with me. I am asking for suggestions I have not thought of and for good advice. I have a java "project" that is structured in a ...
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Relative merits of monolithic repository over multiple smaller ones

I was tasked with implementing a networking stack. The software is self-contained with no external dependencies - it only needs the C++14 standard library, and a POSIX platform. In my opinion there's ...
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Making an existing project modular

Context: I have recently joined a new company where they have a particular folder structure in the project where they have different modules in different folders in a single project. Each module ...
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Managing a project on github in different repos or one? [duplicate]

An app I am working on (iOS) is being distributed to different businesses and each business needs a few customizations to said app before it is distributed to users on the app store. Most files will ...
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Best practice - Single or Multiple source code repository

As mentioned here: The main aim of CI is to prevent integration problems, referred to as "integration hell" Our project is a 3-tier web application, with frontend(Angular 6), backend(Springboot) &...
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what are cons and pros between the two version control designs of a project: multiple repositories, vs single repository [duplicate]

I am working on a project which is split into multiple git repositories instead of just one. Each repository is for a library or an application. The libraries are used by the projects or other ...
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Restructuring SVN repo for migrating to git [duplicate]

We currently have a SVN repo structured like so /trunk/library/libA /libB /libC . . /trunk/tools/toolA /toolB . ...
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How to "orchestrate" a multi-repository installation

Suppose I'm working on software to be installed on a Linux machine (not mine). Say the software consists of applications the user might start independently; an application which will likely be started ...
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