Git submodule update --init —recursive not working after update

After release of import and clone functionality…We’re not able to clone submodules with “git submodule update --init —recursive”. We have the clone import button flipped to on, but still not allowing us to retrieve submodules. Did something change with the way we have to call submodules.

Hey @ronnie-webb,

Have you tried adding this in your before_install section (there’s no .yml file provided) but this could be a possible workaround:

before_install:
    - sed -i 's/git@github.com:/https:\/\/github.com\//' .gitmodules
    - git submodule update --init --recursive

This could work, let me know. If you need anymore help I will be here!

No I have not but I debugged the build and tried to ssh to the modules and still had an auth error.

Would there be any chance I could see your build link?

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