git-get is an opinionated git command that helps you keep your code folder in order.
git-get is a simple wrapper for
git clone that clones your repository into a standard location so that you always know where your code is.
git-get will place you inside your new folder when you're done because it saves typing
cd <the thing you just typed already> :)
All you get to do is to put
git-get somewhere in your path :)
git get https://github.com/stilvoid/git-get Cloning into '/home/steve/code/github.com/stilvoid/git-get'...
git-get uses the repository URL to figure out where to place your checked out copy.
By default, git-get places all repositories under
~/code but you can change that by setting get.location:
git config --global get.location ~/projects