Commit 745accbe authored by Alexander Diewald's avatar Alexander Diewald

Submodules: Use shallow clones

For releng, the history of submodules is irrelevant. If it is needed it
can still be fetched per repository after submodule initialization.
Signed-off-by: Alexander Diewald's avatarAlexander Diewald <diewald@fortiss.org>
parent b2855ec5
......@@ -2,33 +2,41 @@
path = releng/org.fortiss.af3.target
url = https://git.fortiss.org/af3/target-definition.git
branch = master
shallow = true
[submodule "bundles/af3"]
path = bundles/af3
url = https://git.fortiss.org/af3/af3.git
branch = master
fetchRecurseSubmodules = true
shallow = true
[submodule "bundles/kernel"]
path = bundles/kernel
url = https://git.fortiss.org/af3/kernel.git
branch = master
fetchRecurseSubmodules = true
shallow = true
[submodule "tests/af3"]
path = tests/af3
url = https://git.fortiss.org/af3/af3-tests.git
branch = master
shallow = true
[submodule "features/af3"]
path = features/af3
url = https://git.fortiss.org/af3/af3-features.git
branch = master
shallow = true
[submodule "features/tooling"]
path = features/tooling
url = https://git.fortiss.org/af3/tooling-features.git
branch = master
shallow = true
[submodule "products/af3"]
path = products/af3
url = https://git.fortiss.org/af3/af3-products.git
branch = master
shallow = true
[submodule "bundles/af3-rcp"]
path = bundles/af3-rcp
url = https://git.fortiss.org/af3/af3-rcp.git
branch = master
shallow = true
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