Hi, I’m somewhat new to GitHub in terms of managing my own repository. I inheirted a 1.6 GB Visual SourceSafe repository of VB6 and .Net projects. I found a great tool (Vss2Git) to convert the repository to Git and managed to upload it to a single, private repository on GitHub.
My question is since I’m keeping the vast majority of the solutions in the repository for posterity’s sake, is there any issue with having them all in a single repository? If I have to make a change to an individual solution, I’d have to clone the entire repository to a local machine, right? But if I were to create separate repositories, is there a way to have GitHub do that in an automated fashion. (I’m more of a GUI guy than a command line guy). In VSS, the developers grouped solutions into directories based on the client; is there a way to replicate that structure with individual repositories?
Thanks in Advance,