I have setup a subtree repo, with several subtrees that push to external 
repositories. 

In the subtree checkout directory within my main project, I have made 
changes, and then I commit them using git add a few times and then git 
commit; but only on items that are in that particular sub-tree.

And then I cut a new branch for the changes in the remote repo from which 
the repository came from.

And back in my main project I run:


git subtree push --prefix=<path-to-subtree> <remote-name> <new-branch-name> 


And later I plan to merge the changes in that branch to the master branch 
in the remote repository. 

Is this the correct way to commit changes to an external subrepo from your 
local project?

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