Here at my company, we are moving from Subversion to Git. I have converted
several of our projects over to Git, with submodules, and all is working
for me, on Windows 7 64-bit...
However, I have a co-worker who uses Linux, and there we have a problem.
All of the repositories are on a network drive: //ntws4/Git
When I check out Svr10 project, which has a submodule named der_libs, I use:
git clone //ntws4/git/Svr10 -b develop Svr10_dev --recursive
However, my co-worker on Linux, has to use:
develop Svr10 --recursive*
This works, except for the submodule(s)... for this project, .gitmodules
path = der_libs
url = //ntws4/Git/der_libs
branch = develop
but that URL is not valid under Linux... How do I resolve this??
Is there some way to convert the Samba path into a conventional URL path ??
On a slightly different tack, when I previously worked at a company that
used bitbucket.org, the path that they used was:
rather than a URL. What would I have to do differently here, to be able to
access our repository via the latter syntax ??
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