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I have Multiple SKU of my application (eg Standard, Enterprise, Corporate), what is best or suggested git workflow?

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I have Multiple SKU of my application (eg Standard, Enterprise, Corporate), what is best or suggested git workflow for it? or I should manage it in separate folders as separate project with individual git standard flow ?

posted Aug 21, 2015 by anonymous

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If I create a git repo for multiple projects, for example ALL projects that my team works on, when they clone and pull, do they have to download all the files? Can they sort of selectively download the files they may want to read or work on?
The idea is I want to track a bunch of projects for my team ... so i was thinking to make a repo that contains something like this:

./MyTEAM/./MyTEAM/Project_A/
./MyTEAM/Project_A/Some_Files/
./MyTEAM/Project_A/Some_More_Files/
./MyTEAM/Project_B/
./MyTEAM/Project_C/

Then the entire team can contribute to any of the projects they may be working on, but they should not have to download every single file when they clone .. is that possible?
Basically I do not want to have to create a repo for every single project .. is that what people normally do?

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I work on some files and push/merge them to the remote server. Sometimes I get merge conflicts on those files and have to fix them. That's completely fine. I get that.

What I don't understand is that sometimes during this process I will get merge conflicts in files _I have never touched_. In fact they are in a completely different series of directories to the one I am working on and someone else project entirely. How am I meant to know how to fix these? I dont know what the other developer wanted to do and if they have done it right.

I thought git only merged/pushed the files you have changed? If someone else has changed Group A files on the remote repo, why must I change my local Group A files when I am _pushing _completely different set of Group B files?

Sure, Id understand if I were pulling files down to my local and had to resolve merge conflicts then, but this isn't happening when I push the files up.

Any help or advice is much appreciated. Sorry if I sound frustrated - I am really trying hard to get my head round this whole git thing but its just so weird.

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