I am trying to cone the cpp-ethereum from git using this command:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/ethereum/cpp-ethereum.git
But in this command I missed to use --recursive. After running this, I read that it is important to include --recursive to clone additional sub-modules. I know I can just delete the folder and clone the whole thing again. But is there any way to clone only the additional sub-modules without deleting the already cloned data?
Yes, you can only clone the additional sub-modules. As mentioned in the documentation, if you miss including the --recursive option, then to install the additional sub-modules, you can run the following command:
git submodule update –init
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