Git Clone default Working Tree

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Git Clone default Working Tree

waltw87
Hi,

When I clone from a remote repository, I'd typically expect the last component of the path I provide to be the default name for the new working tree - at the moment it appears to be the last working tree accessed instead.

-Walt

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syntevo Support
> When I clone from a remote repository, I'd typically expect the last component
> of the path I provide to be the default name for the new working tree - at the
> moment it appears to be the last working tree accessed instead.

Thanks, this will be fixed for the next build.

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Marc Strapetz
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"waltw87" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> When I clone from a remote repository, I'd typically expect the last component
> of the path I provide to be the default name for the new working tree - at the
> moment it appears to be the last working tree accessed instead.
>
> -Walt
>
>