Error fetching ndb #4

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diogobaeder opened this Issue Sep 20, 2010 · 3 comments

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Hi,

I'm using ndb as a submodule, and I'm having problems trying to recursively fetch it from github, because the ndb's submodule "spec/espionage" is failing to be cloned. Could you please take a look?

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smtlaissezfaire Sep 20, 2010

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Ok - that's now updated in the dev branch. Note that you should also delete any submodule entires in .git/config before you run submodule update --init again.

Out of curiosity, how/why are you using it as a submodule?

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smtlaissezfaire commented Sep 20, 2010

Ok - that's now updated in the dev branch. Note that you should also delete any submodule entires in .git/config before you run submodule update --init again.

Out of curiosity, how/why are you using it as a submodule?

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diogobaeder Sep 20, 2010

Thanks for the correction.

I'm using as a submodule because I thought it would be easier for other contributors of my project to deal with debuggind, but after a second thought it's more logical to have such a tool as an external dependency. I'll not put it as a submodule again, but use it as a stand-alone aplication. :-)

Thanks for the correction.

I'm using as a submodule because I thought it would be easier for other contributors of my project to deal with debuggind, but after a second thought it's more logical to have such a tool as an external dependency. I'll not put it as a submodule again, but use it as a stand-alone aplication. :-)

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Neat. Let me know when you've released it.

Also, AFAIK, all of those dependencies are only for running specs.

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smtlaissezfaire commented Sep 20, 2010

Neat. Let me know when you've released it.

Also, AFAIK, all of those dependencies are only for running specs.

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