I have a "Main" project in which I splitted a few sub directories with the 
`subtree split` command. I've made some changes to one of the splitted sub 
directories and now I'd like to push that to their own upstream 

Normally I'd do that like this (this has worked before):

    $ git subtree push --prefix=src/Shared/Util/ 
https://github.com/user/util.git master

But when I run this command it says:

    Everything up-to-date

But it's not... I made all sorts of changes to files. I even added new 
ones. And those aren't there yet in my upstream repo.

Then why is Git telling me that everything is up to date when it's not? How 
can I fix this problem?

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