On Sun, Nov 19, 2017 at 08:15:53PM -0800, Zvi Vered wrote:

> I'm using the following command to create subtree:
> git subtree add --prefix=DRV1 https://github.com/zviered/DRV1.git master
> The repo https://github.com/zviered/DRV1.git contains few folders. 
> I want my subtree to contain only one specified folder.
> Is it possible ?

Yes, but not in the way you tried it.

You first need to use the `git subtree split` command to prepare a
synthetic history conststing of commits which modified only the code
under that specific directly in DRV1.

Then you will be able to `git subtree add` that line of history.

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