Thanks I Untracked all files in the directory with "git rm -r --cached
<path to folder>" and then deleted the empty directory from PC
On Wednesday, 16 January 2013 12:57:55 UTC, Victoria 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,