How to force --remote on submodule update

Hello guys,

do you have an idea on how to force a remote option on a submodule update. Cause currently my submodule can be checkout but if someone modify it from its side and push it, from my side it gets nothing :/

in my config all seems good cause the first checkout is good but every next update didn't work 

 

Thanks in advance guys 

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Hi

We do not currently support that option I'm afraid.

You can double click the submodule in the parent repository, this will open a new tab for the submodule, from there you can do a pull.

Switching back to the parent repository you can then stage/commit the submodule update.

Can a feature request be created for this?  It's common for a submodule to track a branch.  In git command line it's as easy as doing a git submodule update --remote to have the submodules updated to the latest commit on the branch. 

I approve this could be a very useful feature !

Yes, please raise a Feature Request at https://jira.atlassian/com

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