The only server-side solution with zero overhead to Git users
X-Module is a regular directory
It’s synced on your Git server with an external repository
When an X-Module is updated
the changes go to the external repository
When the external repository is updated
the changes are applied to the X-Module
When there are two conflicting updates
Git X-Modules applies one update and turns the other into a pull request
Cross-repository development made easy
Compose multiple repositories
Build a monorepo by composing multiple Git repositories
Update repositories in a single push
Push your changes to a monorepo to update multiple repositories at once
Create branches and tags
Git X-Modules automatically syncs new refs in a monorepo with original repositories
Review code changes
Reviewers can see all the related changes in one place with a single pull request
Accept pull requests
Git X-Modules instantaneously applies the reviewed changes to the original repositories
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