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What does selecting Repository -> "Enable Submodule support" actually do??

We have a repo that contains submodules because it makes organizing folder structure compatible with a 3rd party product we are stuck using. 

What exactly does this option do?? I know submodules point to a specific commit, not to a branch.  But with git there is also the option to add branch = xxxxx to .gitmodules file.  

It seems the option runs:

 git clone --recurse-submodules

is there a standard way to get each branch to the latest branch develop??

I assume: git submodule foreach --recursive 'git checkout develop; git pull'

Thanks!

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Hi! 

 

We are facing the same issue. 

BTW, we are added git aliases for  the standard command which include submodule commands.

 

Hope it helps

 

Cheers,

Gonchik Tsymzhitov

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