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N.J. Thomas wrote:
> * Chuck Robey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2008-06-03 16:46:55-0400]:
>>>> git-pull gives me a coredump
>>> Have you tried to clone other repositories and see if you can
>>> replicate this error?
>> No, that's the only git repo I have now.  Got a url of one that works
>> for you? I have extra disk to give it a try.
> 
> Debian has nice list of git repositories available for cloning:
> 
>     http://git.debian.org

I'm very new at git, and while I know cvs pretty well, I just don't know git.  I
just tried to do a "git clone" on a Clisp image, worked fine, then I cd'ed into
it until I saw a .git directory (I assume that's something like cvs's CVS dirs)
but when I tried to do a "git pull" (no params here) it gave me a coredump.  Did
I do that right?  I mean, it was a correct test?

Does the git-clone call git-fetch?  Because that's the part that's failing in
the pull, so I wonder if it's getting called in the clone.

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