On Nov 2, 1:45 am, David Aguilar <dav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Why are you re-cloning every time?

i'm not cloning every time, i'm having problems cloning source the
first time.
naturally, i would pull updates after successful clone.

> Is the initial project folder empty?
> If so this'll clone into current the directory.
>
>         git init
>         git remote add origin URL
>         git fetch origin
>         git checkout -t origin/master
>

this will work for me and it does solve my problem.

i'm still curious why clone doesn't work in current folder, anybody
has any idea if there is a technical reason for that or something
else?

Aljosa Mohorovic
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