Is there a way to make a subdirectory of my private repo public?

I use Bitbucket to store my shell scripts. The repository is called scripts_repo. My repo is currently private. I have a subdirectory under scripts_repo called templates. Is there a way to make that subdirectory, templates, public while keeping all other subdirectories private?

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Not really - you could look at using a submodule which has the effect of making the templates directory its own repo.

 

-Rich

Hi Ed,

   I dont think you can do that.The other solution i can think of is using submodules

https://git-scm.com/docs/git-submodule 

Thanks & Regards

Vishnu


Thank you.

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