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manyrepos and eGit :: vs many remotes [message #1790184] Wed, 06 June 2018 15:26 Go to next message
Charles Herrick is currently offline Charles HerrickFriend
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Using Eclipse (ODM Rule Designer) > Git Repository Exploring (Perspective) > Git Repositories (View) I have a single "Repository" set up with multiple "remotes" each of which points to a different TFS URL.
I had set out to designate a separate Repository for each TFS URL but I can find no "new Repository" feature in my Eclipse/eGit Repositories View.

Am I doing this right (using multiple "remotes")?
How will I be able to tell eGit that a code entity should go into the Git repository via which "remote"?

Better ideas gladly accepted.


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Re: manyrepos and eGit :: vs many remotes [message #1790185 is a reply to message #1790184] Wed, 06 June 2018 15:44 Go to previous message
Charles Herrick is currently offline Charles HerrickFriend
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I believe I better understand the "multiple remotes" feature of eGit and this question now makes no sense. Sorry.

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