Any #Git needs out there? I need your help please...
So, let’s say I have a repo that contains a folder called “example”. There are many other files and folders in this repo too.
Is it possible for me to run a git push command that ONLY pushes the contents of example to the root of the remote git repo?
So after I push /example/test.txt to my remote repo, it would be test.txt world be in the root of the repo, not /example.
@kev why not only `add` example directory?
@dearrude @kev Yeah, that. You can even push specific commits.
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