|Re: [incubation] Multiple repos for one project|
I also do agree that multiple repos may have impediments to user
however several actions can be done on the project organisation to help decrease this downside
In GEMOC, we also have switched to multiple repos (hosted in the eclipse organisation on github)
- for helping control consistency of cross-repos commits, we use synchronisation script that help to create an artificial repo having git submodules (this repo in invisible to causual user). Based on a simple strategy (every branches with the same name are supposed to be part of the same feature/bug/issue) This helps to have a multibranch pipeline on jenkins that verify the integration automatically.
- about finding where are the plugins,
- the "import as > Project From a repository" on a given plugin is pretty useful too. (simple to setup in your maven/tycho configuration)
- obviously, naming convention will help a lot too.
Le 21/06/2019 à 12:26, Ed Willink a écrit :
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