Thank you for the suggestion.
Is it possible to fork out the read only repo as a subfolder into
my existing repo?
On Wednesday, 19 February 2014 19:10:57 UTC, Nelson Efrain A. Cruz wrote:
> Maybe you need to fork the read only repository, i mean clone te read only
> repo and make the changes you need in this repo, then you can use the
> forked repo as a submodule in your main repository. In this way you will
> be able to track your changes in the forked repo.
> Anyway I don't know if is the best strategy.
>> The clone failure was something to do with the machine I have been using.
>> I tried the git submodule add *g...@github.com:A/readOnly.git* from
>> anather machine and it works!
>> But as I suspected, I cant push files. How can I track the changes in my
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