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re: What I've seen most about git submodules is that people expect them to have a behavior that doesn't match Git one. A submodule is a git repo in a g...

For us, the problem wasn't when committing individual dependencies, it was when trying to track along branches sanely.

But in more general terms, while I know that git submodule works more or less like there's just a totally independent checkout underneath, that is the problem most people have - the feeling that it's a bolted-on feature rather than properly integrated.


Can you elaborate on "properly integrated" I fail to see the need that Git submodule doesn't provide.
..and I'd like to know ;)

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