I have some repos I want to merge into 1 larger repo. I think I know how to do that, outside of Stash, and merge their commit history into 1 commit history.
However, I don't want to lose all the Stash Pull Request code reviews we've done on the individual repos - is it possible to merge all these together as well? So we have a full commit history and a full pull request history?
Thanks. Yes I know the pull requests are a feature of Stash not Git - that's why I'm asking the question on Atlassian answers. :-)
It's actually 5 repos. Keeping them as read only is a decent idea - I will do that if there's no way to get the pull request data out of the current repos. I would also settle for being able to export the pull requests to some sort of document format that I could archive on Confluence.
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