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fatal: Too many arguments.
usage: git clone [<options>] [--] <repo> [<dir>]
-v, --verbose be more verbose
-q, --quiet be more quiet
--progress force progress reporting
-n, --no-checkout don't create a checkout
--bare create a bare repository
--mirror create a mirror repository (implies bare)
-l, --local to clone from a local repository
--no-hardlinks don't use local hardlinks, always copy
-s, --shared setup as shared repository
initialize submodules in the clone
-j, --jobs <n> number of submodules cloned in parallel
directory from which templates will be used
--reference <repo> reference repository
--dissociate use --reference only while cloning
-o, --origin <name> use <name> instead of 'origin' to track upstream
-b, --branch <branch>
checkout <branch> instead of the remote's HEAD
-u, --upload-pack <path>
path to git-upload-pack on the remote
--depth <depth> create a shallow clone of that depth
create a shallow clone since a specific time
deepen history of shallow clone, excluding rev
--single-branch clone only one branch, HEAD or --branch
--no-tags don't clone any tags, and make later fetches not to follow them
--shallow-submodules any cloned submodules will be shallow
separate git dir from working tree
-c, --config <key=value>
set config inside the new repository
-4, --ipv4 use IPv4 addresses only
-6, --ipv6 use IPv6 addresses only
--filter <args> object filtering
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I moved your thread from the Documents/Tutorials forum to the Help/Question forum and I deleted your duplicate thread.
It sounds like your misunderstanding is with how to use the CLI (command line interface).
The command you tried executing is actually supposed to be two separate commands.
Using the pokecrystal repository as an example, if you wanted to "clone" the repository then you would execute this command:
git clone https://github.com/pret/pokecrystal
"Clone" means to download all of the source code from the code repository (as well as all of the git history of the repository). For more familiarity with git, I recommend you look for a "intro to git" tutorial.
When you clone the repository it creates a folder on your computer with the same name ("pokecrystal" in this case).
So the next command is:
This means "change directory" to the pokecrystal directory (folder).
When you're using Cygwin (the CLI), there is always a "current working directory". This is the folder from where commands are executed.
It is similar to how a Windows File Explorer window has a "current working directory".
In order to execute commands in the pokecrystal project, you first need to go "inside" the pokecrystal folder with the "cd" command.