linchpin fetch command provides a simple way to access a resource from
a remote location. One could simply perform a git clone, or use wget to
linchpin fetch makes this process
simpler, and includes some tooling to make the workflow smooth.
$ linchpin fetch --help Usage: linchpin fetch [OPTIONS] REMOTE Fetches a specified linchpin workspace or component from a remote location Options: -t, --type TYPE Which component of a workspace to fetch. (Default: workspace) -r, --root ROOT Use this to specify the location of the workspace within the root url. If root is not set, the root of the given remote will be used. --dest DEST Workspaces destination, the fetched workspace will be relative to this location. (Overrides -w/--workspace) --branch REF Specify the git branch. Used only with git protocol (eg. master). --git Remote is a Git repository (default) --web Remote is a web directory --nocache Do not check the cached time, just copy the data to the destination -h, --help Show this message and exit.