Use git status to verify the directory status. If the directory is under
"Untracked files", you can simply delete the directory like any other files
in your pc.
William Seiti Mizuta
Desenvolvedor da Caelum
On Wed, Jan 16, 2013 at 10:57 AM, Victoria <vj1...@my.bristol.ac.uk> wrote:
> Complete beginner here!
> I installed Git, the other day, and in the process of learning how to work
> with the commands I forked a "repo" to an already existing one as a sub
> folder, what I really wanted to do was have it as an independent folder, I
> do not know how to revert this or delete the sub folder so that I can do
> the process properly again.
> I had made some research; used "git rm" to remove files in the sub
> folder, so that its empty, but I am doubtful that this is the proper way to
> do it, to be honest I really have no clue at the moment.
> Much appreciation to anyone that replies,