Compiling on OS X Big Sur

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Re: Compiling on OS X Big Sur

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Subtrees seemed to have some promise. Again, it's going to be weighing pros and cons of it to see if it's worth it. And it might well be that the only way to know is to try it out empirically.
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Re: Compiling on OS X Big Sur

Post by Graf Zahl »

I've been using subtrees at work. They definitely work better than submodules, but since the repo does not remember the relation you basically need a batch file in the root directory for easy maintenance. For ZMusic they should be fine, but for some repos that contain submodules they are pointless as the sub-repo's submodules would get dragged right back in.

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