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Force the submodules to keep up to date.
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jeresig committed Nov 10, 2009
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@@ -42,6 +42,9 @@ init:
@@echo "Grabbing external dependencies..."
@@git submodule init
@@git submodule update
@@cd src/sizzle && git pull
@@cd test/qunit && git pull
@@git submodule update

jquery: ${DIST_DIR} selector ${JQ}

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@jdalton jdalton commented on a8b089a Nov 10, 2009

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I majorly dig that. Keeping submodules up to date is a pain.

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This fails for me... test/qunit symlinks to /Users/jeresig/Code/QUnit!

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@jeresig jeresig commented on a8b089a Nov 11, 2009

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I backed out symlink change (not sure how that got in there), it should be working again. Also just change the git pull to "git pull origin master" which should work for everyone.

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