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copy specific repo content to another repo and update it

Hello,

Currently I’m working on a project with multiple repository’s:

  • one blueprint repository with various config directories for different topics and/or devices
  • Multiple customer repository’s - one for each customer

I would like to copy selected config directories from the blueprint repository to a customer repository - only the ones that are needed and not everything.

The configs in the customer repositories won’t be edited or changed. Customer specific data/config will be provided by additional files. Currently I accomplish this task with a python script.

 

And  here is my problem:

When something in the blueprint repository has changed that is also present in the customer repository the customers configs will be not like the blueprint - the datas are not consistent.

Is there a way or tool to accomplishes the copy task form blueprint repository to a customer repository with selected files and or directories and also checks for changes in the blueprint repo and e.G. pushes the new config in a new branch to the customer repo?

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Christian Glockner
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jul 11, 2022

Hi Maxi,

It sounds like Git Submodules (see https://www.atlassian.com/git/tutorials/git-submodule) might be what you're looking for. It's a way of including other repositories within one repository.

Cheers,

Christian

Premier Support Engineer

Atlassian

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