Is it possible to automate Sourcetree so that after I make a commit in one repo I launch a commit in another repo (and automatically include a text comment linking the two versions) ?
Basically, I'm writing code in one language and using automatic code generation (repo1).
In another folder (repo2) I wish to hold the auto generated c code for use in another project.
Whilst I can keep everything in one repository it seems cleaner and more structured to have two.
option 1 , if you are okay with using command line git, you may write a bash script(mac) , powershell/batch script(windows) to automate the commit in 2 directories and pass the comment as parameter to the script.
option2 ,write a post commit git hook (client side) in repo1 to also trigger a commit in repo2. (PERl or shell script)
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