Where can I find the new git repository?

Steve O'Hara-Smith steve at sohara.org
Fri Dec 25 14:22:45 UTC 2020

On Fri, 25 Dec 2020 14:56:40 +0100
Matthias Apitz <guru at unixarea.de> wrote:

> El día viernes, diciembre 25, 2020 a las 04:27:40p. m. +0300, Vasily
> Postnicov escribió:
> > > What I do not understand is the high number of objects 4249534
> > > compared
> >>  with
> >>  the number of files in /usr/src
> > 
> > With git you clone the whole repository, not just the working tree.
> Is there an option for git to get only the current working tree to
> compile it? And how could I compare later with the current tree (like a
> svn diff ....
> does)?

	There's --single-branch and --depth to control how much of the
repository you get which is great for pulling a minimal build set, but you
can only compare the history you have so it is generally best to clone the
whole thing if you are planning on doing development.

Steve O'Hara-Smith <steve at sohara.org>

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