Unfuddle TEN: Multiple Repositories
Many software projects often rely on multiple repositories. Sometimes a project simply has multiple, significant components which make sense to keep separate. Sometimes it is just useful to fork the codebase to support significant variations of a product. No matter the reason, this is now possible in Unfuddle. All projects in Organizations can contain an number of Git repositories.
Each repository has a name and optional description to help you keep track of your code. You can drill down into each repo in the interface just as you would expect. The same commit history, merge requests, and code review abilities are all there.
We’ve got some more updates coming later this week, and plenty more in the pipeline. What’s the one thing you would want to see in Unfuddle TEN that’s not there yet? Let us know!