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git svn clone except a particular folder

By : Stacy
Date : October 17 2020, 11:12 PM
wish helps you If you are using the latest Git1.7.0, it offers a sparse checkout feature.
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Whats the Mercurial hg clone syntax to clone a repository to a folder on a local file system

Whats the Mercurial hg clone syntax to clone a repository to a folder on a local file system


By : S__
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need Whats the Mercurial hg clone syntax to clone a repository to a folder on a local file system. Say I have a repository in C:\MyProject\ and I want to create a clone in G:\Version Control\MyProject\ - what would the command line be? , hg help is your friend. hg help clone yields:
code :
hg clone C:\MyProject "G:\Version Control\MyProject"
Git need to clone from a specific folder or remove top level folder, but keep contents from that folder

Git need to clone from a specific folder or remove top level folder, but keep contents from that folder


By : Gökçe Sarsılmaz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Is your mysite folder the only thing on its parent folder? If yes, you can move everything inside mysite folder to its parent folder. From the parent directory do:
code :
mv -rf mysite/* .
rm -rf mysite
git add .
git commit -am 'removing mysite folder'
git push origin master
Gulp-git clone in specific folder location. Cloned to 'undefined' folder

Gulp-git clone in specific folder location. Cloned to 'undefined' folder


By : user2022423
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? to S.Lacey (one of the publishers of gulp-git) for prompt response to my question. Below is the right format.
code :
git.clone("https://git-location",{cwd: "./apps/"});
Git clone repository in a specific folder but keep default folder name

Git clone repository in a specific folder but keep default folder name


By : user2122986
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine So I'm using the git clone command but when I try to clone the repository into a specific folder it doesn't create a folder like it does normally. For example when I use it like this , What about something like this:
code :
## Your links in an array
declare -a arr=("https://github.com/username/repositoryName" "https://github.com/username/repositoryName2")

## Folder to store each of these git repos
folder=myFolderName

## Go through each link in array
for i in "${arr[@]}"
do
    ## Use basename to extract folder name from link
    git clone $i $folder/$(basename $i)
done
myFolderName/repositoryName
myFolderName/repositoryName2
git clone $i $folder/$(basename ${i%.*})
Every time I clone my object, the clone that was just created gets faster, and a clone of that clone is made. How to fix

Every time I clone my object, the clone that was just created gets faster, and a clone of that clone is made. How to fix


By : user3191555
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help You have a static Rigidbody, all force is therefore being added to same rigidbody everytime you make a new one. The start method is setting the static rigidbody to the most recently created one, so the newest unit is the fastest. Remove the Static keyword from rb, and see if that helps.
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