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Old 12-22-2008, 05:08 AM   #1
vkmgeek
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Using GIT


Hi,
Since few days, I have started using GIT ... For my project tracking...

Howsoever, I am facing quite complicated problem...
My project includes two modules of code that comes from different GIT-SERVER. Directory is something like this..

local_git_server... It has two folders
--------1. Software
--------2. Firmware


Now, when I do git pull from local GIT-SERVER, it gets updated firmware and software folder. But, actually development on firmware code happens remotely and they have their own GIT-SERVER (say remote_git_server)

Now, I want to get Firmware folder from remote_git_server and software code from local_git_server to test the whole thing.

Can someone tell how to do this ?

Last edited by vkmgeek; 12-24-2008 at 01:32 AM. Reason: looks like spaces are skipped and so not looking diagram correct
 
Old 12-25-2008, 04:48 PM   #2
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as far as I know, GIT is a distributed SCM - you should be able to create a project folder that contains them both

My_Project/:
|
->Software/
|
->Firmware/

and each respective directory contains the git repository for each, which relates to the others. I suppose you could version the whole thing if you wanted a common numbering system (create a git repo at My_Project as given above)...

Seems pretty straight-forward to me.
 
  


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