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Not able to push 4 folders

We are not able to push the 4 folders to remote

these 4 folders are having JS files 

I have test file and commit and push it worked but it is not working for these 4 folders 

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Sebastian Krzewiński
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Nov 14, 2022

Hi @Shyam 


Can you provide how you try add and push those folders?




Hi Sebastian,

Here  are the steps I have followed: 


1. I have added the folders ( after this step I checked git status but it’s  showing as clean although I added folders ) 

2. git add .

3. Git commit -m “message “

4. Git push 


And noticed one more thing , I can push those folders to root folder , but it not pushing to sub folder where it supposed to be. 

Erez Maadani
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Nov 15, 2022

I think the problem is in #2.

Try this instead: git add --all

And then: git status

To verify the folders were added.

If that doesn't work, check if you have .gitignore files in these folders and also the contents of your main .gitignore file in the root folder.

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