On 11/03/12 22:32, Daniel Friesen wrote:
You could designate a single one of them as your
primary repo or create
a new one just for the purpose of monitoring. On that repo add each of
your clones as a remote. And then git fetch from them all. You should
end up with foo/master, bar/master, etc... tracking branches and a gui
that displays all the branches should be able to give you an idea of
what commits are not in which repos.
Hmm, no. They are just different tries of starting from scratch for
committing using git, with different metadata success, etc.