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Multiple repository in same workspace

HI I need to setup 2 repository in the same workspace in Sourcetree.

so there will be 3 section to work on. One is the Master, Develop and the other one is Dev

here Master is one repo and Dev will be another repo. So after working on the Develop branch I want to merge it to the Dev repo to test the changes in dev mode.

Then everything ok then merge to master from the develop branch.

Let me know thanks.

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minnsey Atlassian Team Apr 05, 2019

Hi

If you are using different repositories then you are effectively working as if you have formed one from the other. As such you would need to set up each repository as a remote of the other and then you can pull from one into another.

But what not just use branches?

HI Michael,

Thanks for the reply. It was my mistake, Creating branches will do I think.

I need a setup like this;

dev - pointing to a remote site hosted a different domain 

master - pointing to my production site 

develop - pointing to my local git

Everytime I work first I need to check locally, if ok then merge it to dev which is in different server. After getting checked by the managers/ requesters finally I merge it to the master/ production branch.

Just need to know how will I be able to do that.

Also If possible if I can do it using source tree.

Please let  me know.

minnsey Atlassian Team Apr 08, 2019

Hi

I think you might want to try git-flow, it is built into Sourcetree
https://www.atlassian.com/git/tutorials/comparing-workflows/gitflow-workflow

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