On Fri, Apr 6, 2018 at 3:25 PM, Rich Shepard <rshep...@appl-ecosys.com>
wrote:

>   I'm writing a database application using the MVC design pattern so there
> are three subdirectories: model/; view/; and controller/. Each
> subdirectory has multiple files.
>
>   In the project root directory I set up the repository with 'git init'.
> Reading pro-git (2nd ed) I don't see how to set up each subdirectory within
> the repository. Are they branches, submodules, slaves or is there another
> way to define them in the root directory?
>
>   Cluesticks desired.
>

They're just subdirectories.

Create a subdirectory under your root and start putting files into it, then
type 'git status'.  You should see the new directory as an untracked
'file'.  'git add' it, and you'll see the files in it as new files.  Keep
adding and committing any directories and files that you create.
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