Can I put multiple projects in one GIT repository?

I am experimenting with using GIT for version control. I can easily add one project to a repository, make changes, commit, etc.

Problem comes when I want to add another project? If I put the files in the same repository, they overwrite the ones from the other project. Is the concept with UIPath with GIT that one project = one repository? Or is there a way to have many projects in one repository? I tried creating folders in the repository and adding the folder to the URL of the repository path, but it did recognize the path in Manage Remotes in UIPath Studio.

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Very good question, I’m also trying to find this out. One project = one repo is not feasibly imo.
The Studio docs mention GIT Branches, maybe creating different Branches for different Projects is an option?


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@Forum_Staff Can Someone please Answer this Question as I am also having similar issues where i am having a single Repository and Multiple Project. Or else please us know if there are any Ways by which we can manage multiple multiple projects in a single Repository.

Kind Regards,
Nirmal Kachhia

From my personal experience, you can simply have 1 repo with multiple folders (the project folder is defined by the one with project.json file).

This should work okay, as Studio will ask you to navigate to a folder with a project.json. I think you just might have to struggle a bit with commits if you are working simultanously on two different projects from said folder.

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