My code has dissapeared

So, I have a repository that is only used by me, and I only do simple pushes. Today I went to my repository and in one of my directories my code is missing replaced with this: 

DualLoops → 8635cc0a2c54 [8635cc0a2c54]


Any idea where my code might have gone off to?


I cannot comment or answer because I am new. (super retarded to not be able to comment on your own post)  

 Well the directory that disappeared was not a git repository if that is what you are asking. The code was there in the past, however it is not now.

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Do you by any chance use git submodules in that repository? Could it be that the repository that the submodule refers to has been moved or deleted?

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Adam Ahmed Atlassian Team Oct 04, 2015

That is not what he was asking. git submodules are a Git built-in way to link one repository within another. The display you are referring to looks similar to how we display submodule links. So MH is assuming you had a submodule linked into that directory.If you had done `git submodule` at some point (or someone had done it on the repository before you began using it), that would be related to this. See

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