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GIT-LFS-PULL(1)						       GIT-LFS-PULL(1)

NAME
       git-lfs-pull - Download all Git LFS files for current ref & checkout

SYNOPSIS
       git lfs pull [options] [remote]

DESCRIPTION
       Download	 Git LFS objects for the currently checked out ref, and	update
       the working copy	with the downloaded content if required.

       This is equivalent to running the following 2 commands:

       git lfs fetch [options] [remote]	git lfs	checkout

OPTIONS
       -I paths	--include=paths
	      Specify lfs.fetchinclude just for	this invocation;  see  [INCLU-
	      SION & EXCLUSION]

       -X paths	--exclude=paths
	      Specify  lfs.fetchexclude	 just for this invocation; see [INCLU-
	      SION & EXCLUSION]

INCLUSION & EXCLUSION
       You can configure Git LFS to only fetch objects to  satisfy  references
       in  certain  paths  of the repo,	and/or to exclude certain paths	of the
       repo, to	reduce the time	you spend downloading things you do not	use.

       In gitconfig, set lfs.fetchinclude and lfs.fetchexclude to  comma-sepa-
       rated lists of paths to include/exclude in the fetch (wildcard matching
       as per gitignore). Only paths which are matched by fetchinclude and not
       matched by fetchexclude will have objects fetched for them.

DEFAULT	REMOTE
       Without	arguments, pull	downloads from the default remote. The default
       remote is the same as for git pull, i.e.	based  on  the	remote	branch
       you're tracking first, or origin	otherwise.

SEE ALSO
       git-lfs-fetch(1), git-lfs-checkout(1).

       Part of the git-lfs(1) suite.

				   May 2020		       GIT-LFS-PULL(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | INCLUSION & EXCLUSION | DEFAULT REMOTE | SEE ALSO

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