A toolbox of convenient git tools.
git-clone-branches is a shell script for cloning only a specific set of branches from a repository. In reality, it is really a wrapper around a "git init" followed by "git remote add", but I find it handy whenever I want to get only a specific branch or two from a repository.
git-empty-branch is a shell script for creating a branch in a repostory with no history. This branch effectively has the state of the first, uncommitted branch after a call to "git init". This is convenient if you want to start a branch that has independent history from your other branches. For example, after creating a bunch of coding branches, if you want to start a separate, fresh branch for documentation, but you do not want a separate repository, this might be handy.
git-ignore-from-svn:ignore is useful if you want to convert a Subversion repo's svn:ignore properties into a .gitignore file (and you're not using git-svn). You might want this if, for example,you checkout a svn repo and want to just stick the code into a git repo.