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Reusing binary assets using Git

We have multiple projects that are using common binary assets (e.g. images, sounds, 3D models etc.) stored in a folder on a server. Right now, each project adds these assets to their git repository. ...
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One person controls only one folder, in a repository

How can I give complete control of one folder to one person, while the rest is in the control of another person. Control means they have the power to approve pull requests and commit to master and ...
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How to have multiple source copies of a dependency in a C# git project?

In our company, we develop information system software in C#.NET, which has client-server-module architecture. Module project does not depend directly on server/client project, but only on shared ...
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Project structure with git submodules with common dependencies

I have two (and more in the future) Python projects that I'd like to package into a global package in order to import its modules and use them in another external projects in the future. This is how ...
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What is a good versioning strategy to achieve 'fail fast' with chains of dependent maven submodules?

My organisation modularised their monolith into maven modules in dependencies up to four deep. Originally we used the maven plugin to auto-increment the version numbers in the pom every time someone ...
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Are you supposed to commit changes to the parent when the submodules change?

I noticed some strange behavior when working with submodules in Git, which is maybe not so strange to anyone with more experience than I. Well, what I am noticing is that whenever I make changes to ...
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Organizing Git repositories with common nested sub-modules

I'm a big fan of Git sub-modules. I like to be able to track a dependency along with its version, so that you can roll-back to a previous version of your project and have the corresponding version of ...