STG-CLONE(1) StGit Manual STG-CLONE(1)
stg-clone - Make a local clone of a remote repository
stg clone <repository> <dir>
Clone a git repository into the local directory <dir> (using stg-clone(1)) and initialise the local branch "master". This operation is for example suitable to start working using the "tracking branch" workflow (see 1). Other means to setup an StGit stack are stg-init(1) and the --create and --clone commands of stg-branch(1). The target directory <dir> will be created by this command, and must not already exist.
Part of the StGit suite - see stg(1)
1. 1 file:///home/mtk/.local/share/doc/stgit/stg
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