On Monday, March 4, 2013 6:27:23 PM UTC-5, Rahmat Budiharso wrote:
>
> Have you try do a 'git submodule update --init' ?
> On Mar 5, 2013 12:48 AM, "FlashBurn" <rail.sh...@gmail.com <javascript:>> 
> wrote:
>
>> I added a few submodules to my project (I already had some and needed a 
>> few others) at home and then I tried ran a pull request at work. The only 
>> thing that happened is that it re-created empty directories with submodules.
>> git pull
>> git submodule status
>> <some sha1 value> bundle/FuzzyFinder
>> <some sha1 value> bundle/L9
>> <some sha1 value> bundle/vim-pathogen
>> <some sha1 value> bundle/vim-powerline
>> <some sha1 value> bundle/vim-project
>>
>> All of those directories were empty. I tried running
>> git submodule update
>>
>> But nothing happened. Those directories stayed empty.
>> Can anyone explain why those submodules were not cloned? I had to run
>> git sumodule init
>> git submodule update
>>
>> Only after that I got all my sumodules. Do I have to run git submodule 
>> init every time I add a new one? My understanding was is that I have to run 
>> git submodule update. Does anybody know what is the issue? Any help is 
>> appreciated.
>>
>> I'm running
>> Windows XP Pro Version 2002 SP 3
>> git 1.8.0.msysgit.0
>>
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> Thank you for the help. This option worked. 

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