Lianheng Tong wrote:
> git clone W1:<path to A on W1>/.git <path to A on W2>
* More typical usage is to clone from a bare repository (A.git), which
wouldn't have this problem. But I think your case is worth
* What would you think of putting symlinks in A's .git directory?
ln -s ../B ../C ../D .
* Perhaps as a special case when the superproject is foo/.git, git
should treat relative submodule paths as relative to foo/ instead
of relative to foo/.git/. I think that would take care of your
case without breaking existing normal practices, though after the
patch is made it still wouldn't take care of people using old
versions of git without that patch. What do you think?
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