This is a question about stash projects sharing repositories
Basically in our set up we have several projects that have several git repositories. And most of them share a repository with all the building infrastucture, let's call it X repository. Then we have project A and B that needs that 'make' repo. Project A and B have different permissions.
What I wanted to know if I can create a project and instead of creating a repository I can use this shared X repository. If iI create one X repository for each project A and B , then the repo will be out of sync.
Is there any general strategy to overcome this?
Stash doesn't provide a way to assign a single repository to two different projects. In this case, I would recommend creating a third project that contained all of your infrastucture code and giving access to both project teams.
If either team only requires read access, then you also might consider keeping the infrastucture code beneath the team that needs write ability, but making it public using Stash 2.5's new public repository feature. This would give all users the ability to read and clone the repo, but only the users who have write permission the ability to push.
Would either of these workarounds work for you?
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