cg-init - initialize a git repository
Takes an optional parameter which will make it "clone" a specified remote repository. Note that this usage is DEPRECATED. Instead use cg-clone (possibly with the -s parameter) for doing this. This functionality will go away from cg-init soon.
If cg-init is run in a non-empty directory files in the top and sub directory will automatically be added.
Only update the cache: do not copy the data into the object database. This is for special purposes when you might not actually _have_ any object database. This option is normally not interesting.
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