How do you use git-cache-meta?
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If you’re referring to this implementation of
git-cache-meta, then all you need to do is make sure the script is in your $PATH (put it in
/usr/local/bin/ or similar) and go to repo you want, then run:
$ git-cache-meta --store
That will store the meta data in a file named
.git_cache_meta in the rep. Then on another instance of the repo, run:
$ git-cache-meta --apply