On Sunday, February 23, 2014 5:01:57 PM UTC+1, li...@nxgnsol.com wrote:
> I'm just going to have to make sure the repos are synced via push/pull. 
> But here's a question about something I don't understand. Typically I work 
> all day on my desktop, make commits, and push them to the online repo at 
> the end of the day. The next morning I grab my laptop and want to pick up 
> my work from the night before. How do I get the lastest work? Do I clone 
> the repo or do a checkout?
Initially, you'll want to clone from the online repo. Once you have a 
clone, you can update it at any time by doing a git pull. 

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