On Sunday, 27 July 2014 18:00:51 UTC+2, Philipp Kraus wrote:
> Hello,
> I have got a large project and configure some Git submodules and include 
> them into the main project:
> mainproject
> |----submodul 1
> |----submodul 2
> ....
> The submodule are based on a unique commit (hash). My question is, can I 
> clone the main
> project recursive with the submodules and push changes on the submodul 
> into the submodul repo and
> update the commit hash in the main project in one shot?
> In short:
> git clone --recursive myproject
> cd mainproject
> cd submodul1
> touch test.txt
> git add .
> git commit
> git push
> so the test.txt file will be commited and pushed into the submodul1
> Thanks a lot
> Phil

I don't see any other option than chaining your commands by joining them 
with *&&* (or *;* if you want each command to be executed even if one of 
them fails, but I doubt it).

$ git clone --recursive myproject && cd mainproject/submodule1 && touch 
test.txt && git add test.txt && git commit && git push

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