Your example command will do exactly what you said. It will take the
contents of the "angular-seed" repository and put its contents into a new
folder called newProject. It will also set up the git structure in the
newProject folder to track back to the
github.com/angular-seed.gitrepository. So that you can upgrade using
the normal "git pull" in the
On Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 8:38 AM, Michael Laird <michael.w.la...@gmail.com>wrote:
> I know that git makes its own directories and files. Even after lots of
> reading and trials, I don't know if a git clone will make a new Windows
> directory (equivalent of a right click on a folder/directory and then New
> Folder) when it makes a git directory.
> I want to make a new directory in my Apache htdocs directory, so Apache
> can web serve it. If I have the GitBash prompt at
> C:/my/path/apache2/htdocs and git sees it as 'empty' and I then use the git
> git clone git://github.com/angular-seed.git newProject
> will git create a new Windows folder/directory named newProject under
> htdocs, put the contents of angular-seed in it, and name that directory
> newProject rather than angular-seed in Windows directory structure and in
> git? If not, how do I clone angular-seed into a Windows folder named
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