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I'm still bugged by the complexity of using git subtrees to effectively handle development on main and sub projects. In my case I have several 'main' projects that are Django sites which share a functioning but actively developed app. I can work with the git subtree solution but I constantly have to remind myself of the required commands for merging and updating.
I have a Django app which is proving very useful so I need to split it out into its own repository so that I can share it between multiple projects. As the client (CCCS), generously and sensibly keep their non sensitive project code as open source, I can present this as a real example. The app is the 'documents' app which manages an S3 repository containing many thousands of documents.
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