git pull results in “does not appear to be a git repository”
I'm trying to grab contents of Windows Azure SDK to my local disk. I created a folder,
cdd there, ran
git init, now whenever I try either of the following:
git pull WindowsAzure
git pull WindowsAzure/azure-sdk-for-net
git pull azure-sdk-for-net
I will always get an error message saying
[X] does not appear to be a git repository.
What am I doing wrong and how do I pull the contents of that project to my local repo?
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