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question on making a new module from a subdirectory of an existing one

From: Adam Monsen <haircut_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-03 23:11:33 CEST

Is it possible to make part of an existing module into a completely
independent module while preserving history?

For instance, say I have one repository: /usr/local/pim. 'pim' has the
sub directories /usr/local/pim/calendar and /usr/local/pim/clock. Is
there a way to create /usr/local/calendar and /usr/local/clock as new,
independent modules (with their own global revision numbers), while
preserving history created from when these source trees were contained
within /usr/local/pim?

Adam Monsen
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Received on Fri Jun 3 23:15:33 2005

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