MATLAB git Pull

I am using MATLAB’s git support, and interestingly there doesn’t seem to be a “pull” option. There is “fetch” and “merge”.

Is there a direct way of pulling from git in MATLAB?

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    Answered in your related question, this can be achieved using the shell escape !:

    !git pull

    Personally, I’d do this the way tuna_fish has suggested; it’s neat.

    However, as you’re looking to do it with the integration, I’ll point out that, as the git pull documentation says, a git pull is just a git fetch followed by a git merge. So you could use those two features sequentially.

    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.