[Oberon] Git usage for A2.

Michael Schierl schierlm at gmx.de
Thu Jun 22 23:06:29 CEST 2023


Am 22.06.2023 um 05:50 schrieb peter at easthope.ca:

> Seems plausible.  =8~)
> Now how is Linux64.zip retrieved?

Try this to download the latest revision of Linux64.zip into your .git

git lfs fetch -I Linux64.zip

assuming you have set your default remote. If you did not, you can do
something like

git lfs fetch -I Linux64.zip origin main

In case you don't only want the latest version, you can either give
--recent or --all as additional parameter, to either get a few recent
versions or all versions of that file. You can also omit the -I to get
*all* lfs versioned files (but probably you don't want that).

Once fetched, you can check it out (or more precisely all files you
fetched since your last lfs checkout, that correspond to your currently
checked out commit) into your working copy:

git lfs checkout

Hope this helps,


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