Create and Clone a Git Repository

Initialize or clone a Git repository by utilizing the version control feature of Link Git.

Initialize a Git Repository

To manage one’s source code with Git, users must first initialize a Git repository. Link Git stores and manages Git repositories as shown below.

This process is performed when there is no “.git” file in the folder.



  • In the Desktop App, it is recommended to initialize after designating a folder through the file browser.
  • In the python package, it is okay to initialize immediately.

[Operation Guidelines]

  1. A git repository will be initialized in the location where the desktop application or the python package is installed in.
  2. Press the button “Initialize a Repository” to create a Git repository.

Clone a Git Repository


[Operation Guidelines]

  1. Press the button “Clone a Repository”.
  2. Enter the Git Repository Link and press the “Clone” Button.
  3. The repository will be cloned.