Our company SVN is Mercurial. As our software consists of many modules we enjoy the subrepo feature of mercurial. every now and then I would like to add a Git repo as a subrepo in my projects. I have the Hg-Git extension installed on my machine. The problem is that other co-workers can't commit to this projects if they don't have hg-git installed. Does sourcetree support git subrepos natively?
SourceTree doesn't require the Hg-Git extension to use git subrepos inside a hg repository (I have a few cases of this myself). Mecurial natively supports having git repositories as subrepositories, and this is how SourceTree supports them too. Using Hg-Git would turn the subrepo into a hg subrepo (but converted via Hg-Git to interop with remote git), which as you say would cause a problem for people without this extension. On the whole I think it's simpler just to use the git subrepo natively unless you have a good reason not to.
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