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I have question on how to organize to put a project under git.
The project consists out of effectively three directories:
- --Data (this is several GB, but it is GIS and slightly dynamic and I would
like to have it in a
local git only as it contains confidential data)
- --source code (this is the simulation I write (R package), which has to be
under git and also
pushed to github)
- --simulation files (I would like to have it also under a local git so that I
have a record of changes)
so it looks:
So how can I setup git, so that I can push -code to github, but all three
folders are under git?
Just to be clear: I am the only developer, and the folders Data and sim are
only locally relevant,
while code contains the package, which can be used independently of the other
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