You don't have to run git flow init if the gitflow settings are cloned
over as well.
The reason you currently have to run git flow init, is the fact that
the configuration of gitflow is stored in the .git/conf file. This
file isn't cloned on git clone. Any other directory is, so when you
clone a gitflow enabled repo and do for example git flow feature start
my-feature, the feature branch prefix is know and is also consistent
with the original repo.
On Dec 25, 2:42 pm, Mark Derricutt <m...@talios.com> wrote: