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After pushing my latest local changes to my remote/master branch, the "Spotify" folder shows up in the Bitbucket repo, however I can't click on it and drill down to see the files in the folder. The changes appear to have been pushed as 'git status' shows everything is up-to-date.
I can see that there is a commit hash next to the folder name, which indicates that this is a submodule.
1. Can you please confirm if you are using submodules?
2. If so, does the repository for this submodule exist?
3. Do you have a file named .gitmodules in the repo with the "Spotify" folder? If so, can you check the content of .gitmodules and see if the path and url for "Spotify" in that file are correct?