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If you're trying to zip up a project which is stored in Git, use the git archive command. From within the source directory:
git archive -o bitvolution.zip HEAD
You can use any commit or tag ID instead of HEAD to archive the project at a certain point.
If you want to add a prefix (e.g., a top level folder) to every file:
git archive -o bitvolution.zip --prefix=bitvolution/ HEAD
You can also adjust the compression level between 0 (no compression) and 9 (maximum compression) inclusive, for example
git archive -o bitvolution.zip -9 HEAD
For other options, see the help page (git help archive).
If you're trying to zip up a project which is stored in Git, use the git archive command. From within the source directory:
git archive -o bitvolution.zip HEAD
You can use any commit or tag ID instead of HEAD to archive the project at a certain point.
If you want to add a prefix (e.g., a top level folder) to every file:
git archive -o bitvolution.zip --prefix=bitvolution/ HEAD
You can also adjust the compression level between 0 (no compression) and 9 (maximum compression) inclusive, for example
git archive -o bitvolution.zip -9 HEAD
For other options, see the help page (git help archive).
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