I have some repositories they are forked from a boilerplate repository. But I forgot to fork the boilerplate from the original project. Is there a way to add this relation to the existing repository or do I have to recreate all the repositories?
I have some repositories they are forked from a boilerplate repository. But I forgot to fork the boilerplate from the original project.
These two statements are contradictory.
You might want to consider using git-subtree (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1425892/how-do-you-merge-two-git-repositories).
sorry, maybe my explanation was a little bit ambiguous.
I would like to fork in three steps: Repository A -> Repository B -> Repository C.
The fork-relation between B and C allready exists for 10 or more repositories. But I forgot to fork from A when i created B. So is there a way to add the fork-relation between them after creation?
One solution could be to recreate all the repositories in the right fork order, but as I said I allready have more than 10...
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