Can you at least see the empty joy directory in your repository? Did you
run git submodule update?  What output did your init and update commands
produce?
Try git clone --recursive instead of a normal clone. If you have a
recent version of git, this will initialize and update your submodule
after cloning.

Johannes


On 28.03.2013 17:23, Michael wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I can add a submodule just fine, and first time it pulls the update.
> 
> When I clone and pull updates, however, there is no submodule joy. git
> submodule init, git submodule foreach git pull origin master, no joy.
> 
> I must be missing something, or I need to apply a Git update, or something?
> 
> Any advice? Thank you...
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Michael Powell
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