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Assuming the production install instructions were followed, keep cState updated by having an up to date Git submodule in the `themes` folder. containing this repository. Your content will stay separate, as to avoid any conflicts. Assuming the production install instructions were followed, keep cState updated by having an up to date Git submodule in the `themes` folder. containing this repository. Your content will stay separate, as to avoid any conflicts.
Do this from root: If you already have a Git repository set up with a filled up `themes/cstate` folder, then all you need to do is this:
```bash ```bash
git submodule foreach git pull origin master git submodule foreach git pull origin master
``` ```
More info about updating on [Stack Overflow](https://stackoverflow.com/a/5828396). You may also run into unexpected behavior with cloning, [see this thread](https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3796927/how-to-git-clone-including-submodules). If you have previously used Netlfiy CMS or have made other changes without using the command line, the easiest thing to do is just clone it in a new place, change it how you want to, push those changes, and then you can safely remove the Git folder. So, do this:
```bash
git clone --recursive <your repo link goes here> && git submodule foreach git pull origin master && git push origin master
```
More info about submodules on [updating](https://stackoverflow.com/a/5828396) & [cloning](https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3796927/how-to-git-clone-including-submodules).
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