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From: Martyn Leeper
Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2014 6:37 PM
Subject: [git-users] Trying to commit to branches from different local
I'm pretty new to Git. I've managed to do different things like pull, push,
fetch, delete, etc to and from Github using Git. I'm wondering, is it possible
to making commits (upload) from different local folders (on my computer e.g.
C:\Branches\Foo & C:\Branches\Boo) to different Branches on my Github account.
Essentially doing the following:
Foo (Local) -> Foo (Github)
Boo (Local) -> Boo (Github)
I hope I've explained this well enough and I hope I'm just making a silly
I guess it's probably a misunderstanding about what is 'in' a repo, and what
will be outside of the repo.
The normal style is that a git repo is a single whole directory and its
contents, so a second directory would be a separate repo. This is different
from some storage systems which allow arbitrary files to be placed in the
storage, however Git keeps the structure as part of its meta-data, so won't
commit content from outside of the work-tree.
Does that fit with your view of Git?
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