On Wed, 22 Jun 2016 06:28:34 -0500
Anand Desai <desai.an...@gmail.com> wrote:

> If the superproject knows it's submodules( which it does), is there a
> way to extract that info from a mirror of the super project?

Yes.  Fetch the revision of interest from that "mirror of the super
project" and then either run something like `git submodule status` on
it or parse the file '.gitmodules' contained in that revision which
actually maps submodule names to their repositories.

See the "git-submodule" and "gitmodules" manual pages for more info.

If you don't want to get the full clone, look at the "--depth" and
"--single-branch" command-line options of `git clone` or look at
`git archive` if your mirror supports it.

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