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eDuke32 - source code git cloning

User is offline   knerlington 

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I'd like to clone the source code using git, but it's not working very well.
Using the command listed on the eDuke32 wiki: "git svn clone -r HEAD https://svn.eduke32.com/eduke32/"
This only leaves me with an empty directory. It doesn't actually pull anything.

What am I doing wrong?
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User is offline   Master O 

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View Postknerlington, on 29 December 2018 - 06:32 AM, said:

I'd like to clone the source code using git, but it's not working very well.
Using the command listed on the eDuke32 wiki: "git svn clone -r HEAD https://svn.eduke32.com/eduke32/"
This only leaves me with an empty directory. It doesn't actually pull anything.

What am I doing wrong?


Isn't the command "git clone" ? No svn in there at all?

This post has been edited by Master O: 29 December 2018 - 05:44 PM

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User is online   TerminX 

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Nah, he's using git-svn to use git to access subversion repositories. It's how we work with the repo ourselves as developers. His setup is broken, though--I copied the command posted into a console verbatim and it worked fine.

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User is offline   knerlington 

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View PostTerminX, on 29 December 2018 - 05:46 PM, said:

Nah, he's using git-svn to use git to access subversion repositories. It's how we work with the repo ourselves as developers. His setup is broken, though--I copied the command posted into a console verbatim and it worked fine.


What could be the issue with my setup?
"Initialized empty Git repository in C:/dev/eduke32/.git/" is the only thing I'm greeted with. Only solutions I can find are related to when people are trying to use the -s option without the repo actually having a stdlayout.
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User is online   TerminX 

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I couldn't tell you what the issue with your setup is, just that I copied the exact command out of your post to test and ended up with a working checkout of the repo.

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User is offline   Hendricks266 

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Do you have Subversion installed alongside Git? This may be necessary on certain systems such as Linux-based OSs, though if this were the problem I would expect a message like 'git: "svn" command not recognized'.

My other guess is that your system, your Git install, or your Subversion install are out of date, and the TLS handshake necessary to connect over HTTPS is failing due to lacking an up-to-date set of root certificates.
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