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How can I push to a local folder?


Hi, I am creating a plugin for a (desktop) program. This plugin will obviously has to reside in a specific plugin folder of the application on my local drive.

So I create a local repo where I can work on the code and do commits. However, I want to push the completed plugin to the application's plugin folder on my local drive so I can test it.

Obviously I don't want to create my local repo in the plugin folder of the app, so the repo is created in a different folder, outside of the application.

I don't see how can I set this up in SourceTree so that once I do a commit, it will push (or copy) the file into the application's plugin directory on my local drive. Keep doing a manual file copy every time I want to test it would be crazy.

Any tips how to set this up - if possible? Thanks.

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