A monorepo misconception - atomic cross-project commits
Are cross-project changes in a single atomic commit the key advantage of monorepos? I do not think so.
Good read on managing and updating code at scale in a monorepo environment.
“I think it's true that monorepos make refactoring easier. So that's not the problem. It's also true that they have atomic commits across projects. But the two facts have nothing to do with each other. The reasons monorepos make refactoring simpler all boil down to everyone in the organization having a shared view of what the current state is”Posted on 2021-07-22T05:33:47+0000