When I Add a subtree it all works great locally. However it seems all the subree information is lost when it hits bitbucket, so a team member who clones the repository doesn't see the subtree info.
so I have :-
Then I clone that somewhere else
So if a team member changes something in project "LetterA" they don't have it setup so they can push their change to the lib repository.
As far as I can tell, the only reason why sourcetree knows of subtrees is because it records in "sourcetreeconfig" that there are some. But how do you share this with a whole team ?
submodules caused all kinds of grief when branching and merging and just feel clunky
However, I've abandoned subtrees now... and gone with subrepos
It solves the problem really nicely ( though it is all command line, but pretty straight forward )
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