On Fri, 14 Jun 2013 17:00:59 -0500
Deanna Delapasse <ddelapa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > One thing I forgot to mention, is that it's pretty easy to reset the
> > work tree after a checkout to discard all local changes by either
> > doing
> > git reset --hard
> > or
> > git checkout -- .
> > (the dot is significant -- it means the current directory).
> This code is ONLY used one time, extracted, built and then deleted.
Then consider using the so-called "shallow cloning": when doing a clone
you can pass the --depth=1 command-line option to limit the number of
the history fetched to an absolute minimum, like this:
$ git clone --depth 1 -b master
would clone just the remote branch named "master" and fetch just the
amount of history needed to contain the master's tip commit.
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