[darcs-users] Per-directory version control
Sean E. Russell
ser at germane-software.com
Tue Mar 2 13:35:53 UTC 2004
I mentioned a use case briefly in an earlier email that didn't generate any
discussion, I'm going to ask a more pointed question about it.
I have a project, foo, which is a library for a programming language. It has
a bunch of development oriented directories and files in it:
foo/ <--- Exported
This library is also included with the core distribution of the language, but
not the entire project is included with the distribution, so I export the
src/foo directory to the language's CVS repository:
foo/ <--- Imported
Obviously, it would be really handy for me to be able to use darcs to
cross-post changes; the usefulness of this would be even more evident if the
language's repository was a darcs, not a CVS, repository.
This is a practical example of a topic which has come up numerous times in
this mailing list, and which, I feel, has never been adequately addressed.
So, my question is:
What is the recommended process for expediting cross-pollination of
subdirectories in darcs repositories?
 Here I have to voice my frustration with mailman for not providing any
mechanism for searching the archive.
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