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Making node-xml into a submodule. Gosh I hope I know what I'm doing.

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1 parent 90b3547 commit 9b55819e765f745ffe9cdc36fb307f6b54e6a185 @mvzink mvzink committed Feb 25, 2010
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+[submodule "node-xml"]
+ path = node-xml
+ url = git://github.com/robrighter/node-xml.git
Submodule node-xml added at 553874
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3 comments on commit 9b55819

zuk replied Apr 23, 2010

tried:

git submodule init
git submodule update

... but no dice. Am I doing something wrong?

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mwild1 replied Apr 24, 2010

Not that I can see - I get the same result. It works if I do a "git submodule add git://github.com/robrighter/node-xml.git" first though. However I can't work out what that command changes to make it suddenly work... .gitmodules is still identical.

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hdorio replied Feb 12, 2011

something is wrong here "git clone --recursive" doesn't work nor "git submodule update --init --recursive"
because submodule was removed at commit 9e88c2c - 2010-03-02
(before zuk comment)

"git submodule add" do work because it re-add the submodule to the project.
by adding (again) this line to the index : "Subproject commit 7b13aa99...."

mwild1, you should push modifications to this git repo after executing "git submodule add ..."
or remove completly node-xml from submodules

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