I’d like to able to use submodules efficiently within Atom.
Use case file tree:
I’d like to able to select
submodule1 (which, after all, includes a
.git) or any folder or file therein (such as
file-a) and be able to then have any
push etc. commands I do (with, say,
git-plus) to apply to the submodule.
** Observed behavior:**
No matter where I am, any git operations will work only on the superproject.
In fact, if I just open the
submodule1, edit, add and commit I get this:
Window load time: 1625ms /Applications/Atom.app/Contents/Resources/app/src/window-bootstrap.js:18 4 Uncaught Error: EEXIST, file already exists '/Users/Max/Github/barjoke/latexstyles/.git' /Users/Max/.atom/packages/git-plus/node_modules/fs-plus/node_modules/mkdirp/index.js:76
Any thoughts on how to handle this problem and submodules in general?