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Re: [ruby-81] Directory transclusion fantasy

From: Loqi
Sent on: Saturday, July 25, 2009 1:12 AM
Hey thanks, Jimmy and Jacob.

I guess I just have to learn all about how git to manage multiple 
copies of my code in sync. I think that means I should have a big git 
repository that contains all my little git repositories, and learn 
how to use git properly.

As to the Unix ln command, I'd use it if it would work on 
directories. According to this page,
Darwin breaks Posix standards and allows hard links to directories in 
the HFS+ filesystem. But I can't get it to work. Maybe they've since 
killed that idea because it's potentially dangerous.

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