[Kde-scm-interest] requirements on git itself: ignore-if-not-present submodules

Patrick Aljord patcito at gmail.com
Sat Aug 16 21:50:38 CEST 2008

Sounds good to me.

Another solution would be to not use supermodule and submodules at all.
That way every kde repository would be independent and you can clone
the one you want. If a kdelibs commit depends on a kdebase commit, the
developer can first commit to kdebase and then mention this commit in
her/his kdelibs commit like "this kdelibs commit depends on that
kdebase commit".

Also that way, you don't need to commit a second time to the
supermodule every time you do a commit to a submodule.

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