On 02/16/2012 12:50 PM, Darrell Anderson wrote: >> I don't know if this is the >> git config for tde or me that is causing the git >> clone of the tde tree to fail to clone the needed admin, >> cmake and other >> submodules when doing a clone of the entire project. > > I run a simple shell script to update my local GIT tree. Although originally I manually first created the local tree with the clone option, I wrote my script to perform that same function as well, just in case something awful happened at this end and I needed to start from scratch. > > ============================================================== > GIT_TREE_ROOT="/home/public/builds/slackware/trinity" > GIT_TREE="zz_src_trinity_git" > echo "Updating the Trinity GIT tree..." > CWD=$(pwd) > if [ -d $GIT_TREE_ROOT/$GIT_TREE ]; then > echo "Changing directory to $GIT_TREE_ROOT/$GIT_TREE." > cd $GIT_TREE_ROOT/$GIT_TREE > sh ./scripts/switch_all_submodules_to_head_and_clean anonymous > else > mkdir -p $GIT_TREE > cd $GIT_TREE_ROOT > git clone http://scm.trinitydesktop.org/scm/git/tde $GIT_TREE > fi > ============================================================== > > Darrell > > Thanks Darrell, I've been doing it manually. I'll try pulling an anonymous copy and seeing if that may be the problem. I don't know. git is Greek to me :) -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.