It's a bit unclear for me what you exactly did. Could you paste the output
of your failing commands, please?
On 18 Feb 2015 19:21, "Howard Miller" <howardsmil...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Went like this...
>
> - I have a project in git working with no issues
> - I added a bunch of code in a subdirectory not realising that it was
> itself a git project
> - I did some other stuff and then 'git add .; git commit' in the root of
> the project (no errors)
> - I pushed to my master repo and back down somewhere else and discovered
> the 'submodule' directory was empty
> - I realised what I did, went back to the source, deleted the .git folder
> in the 'submodule' but something has happened. Git refuses to recognise the
> contents of this directory. Even deleting it and putting it back doesn't
> help.
>
> What can I do to recover this?
>
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