Git - Multiple Repositories

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GitLab - Multiple Repositories

Up to this point we have been working with a single git repository. However, git excels at working with multiple repositories. These extra repositories may be stored locally, or may be accessed across a network connection.

In the next section we will create a new repository called “cloned_hello”. We will show how to move changes from one repository to another, and how to handle conflicts when they arise from between two repositories.

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For now, we will be working with local repositories (i.e. repositories stored on your local hard disk), however most of the things learned in this section will apply to multiple repositories whether they are stored locally or remotely over a network.

NOTE: We are going to making changes to both copies of our repositories. Make sure you pay attention to which repository you are in at each step of the following labs.