I haven't found another approach unfortunately. In fact, I am now using
submodules instead of subtrees, as I've found submodules to do what I need
(thankfully)... which is to be a replacement for svn externals.
On 29 December 2014 at 16:34, Mattias Vannergård <
> Hi Carl!
> I am looking into a set up for this, too.
> As far as I have found out, you need to script a "recursive subtree pull"
> yourself, using the info stored in .gittrees
> Have you yet found another solution?
> Den tisdagen den 7:e oktober 2014 kl. 12:31:24 UTC+2 skrev Carl Cook:
>> Just some more info, today I discovered the foreach command that comes
>> with git submodule.
>> So, is there a subtree equivalent?
>> On Monday, 6 October 2014 11:34:49 UTC+2, Carl Cook wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Does anyone know if it's possible to do a git subtree pull for all
>>> subtrees in the repository?
>>> I can do this via CMake, but it would be handy to have this in git
>>> (although maybe this is going beyond what git should be expected to do).
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