On 02/15/2012 12:55 AM, Timothy Pearson wrote: > Right, I wouldn't expect it to, as the GIT submodule feature is one of the > weakest points of GIT. When I generate the release tarballs I do so from > a full copy of the entire GIT tree, submodules and all, and walk the tree > down to each module (e.g. tdelibs, tdenetwork, amarok, etc.) to generate a > tarball of each module. > > Tim Francois, all, I have one for the old svn tree that I could tweak for git. Basically you just read the dir structure into an array or dump it to a file by changing into the tde dir and issuing: find main/ -maxdepth 2 -type d That will give you a dir list that you can use to walk the tree and create tarballs of the modules you want. You just need to exclude the directories that you don't want zip. Then just loop though the list and create tarballs. See 'tar --help' and look at the '-C, --directory=DIR' option to limit the directory information you want in your tarballs. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.