On Tuesday, July 1, 2014 9:12:58 AM UTC+2, lei yang wrote:
> Hi expert,
> I have two tree
> git://xx-git.ws.com/git/layers/A (nothing contains,just init)
> git://xx-git.ws.com/git/layers/B (lots of content)
> for now I want to realize this, when I clone A,it actually clone B?
> can we create a alias?
If you have access to the filesystem where the repositories are stored on
disk, maybe you can replace A with a symlink to B?
cd /var/git/layers # or wherever they are stored
rm -rf A
ln -s B A
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