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Old 10th January 2020, 10:45   #1  |  Link
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Problem adding other links to the library

Hi

I would like to know how to add, remove, change directories that redirect to other creators' websites on github.com.

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Please add more context (also to the title of your thread). What exactly are you referring to?
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I meant specific directories e.g. charles @ 8377bb3. How do you add them?
https://github.com/team-charls/jpegls-wic-codec
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You probably want to read about Git submodules then, which is not specific to Github at all but a standard Git feature.

See here, for example:
* https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-Tools-Submodules
* https://chrisjean.com/git-submodules...-and-updating/
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Thanks for the answers. I thought it was much simpler. It seems simple but I'm too stupid. Git module doesn't want to work. Apparently, the entire program must be created.
Code:
[submodule "jvetvvc/Lib/HDRTools"]
	path = jvetvvc/Lib/HDRTools
	url = git://gitlab.com/standards/HDRTools/tree/d624e507f92c61a47a2583cd482faeb529f8895d.git
[submodule "jvetvvc/Lib/svn_360Lib"]
	path = jvetvvc/Lib/svn_360Lib
	url = git://jvet.hhi.fraunhofer.de/svn/svn_360Lib/branches/360Lib-10.0-dev.git
[submodule "jvetvvc/Lib/VVCSoftware_VTM"]
	path = jvetvvc/Lib/VVCSoftware_VTM
	url = git://vcgit.hhi.fraunhofer.de/jvet/VVCSoftware_VTM/tree/54f92a9869137f6505b507112ee8f0c56d63af31.git
[submodule "jvetvvc/Lib/pthread_win32"]
	path = jvetvvc/Lib/pthread_win32
	url = git://github.com/ShadowsocksR-Live/pthreads4w/tree/5b7cfbbb0edf1c72e526f5491e3f55c21782464a.git
[submodule "jvetvvc/Lib/libgomp"]
	path = jvetvvc/Lib/libgomp
	url = git://github.com/gcc-mirror/gcc/tree/2c8297996a7ab3496c5d2f798cdbe4cab749468e/libgomp.git
[submodule "jvetvvc/Lib/mingw-std-threads"]
	path = jvetvvc/Lib/mingw-std-threads
	url = git://github.com/meganz/mingw-std-threads/tree/bee085c0a6cb32c59f0b55c7bba976fe6dcfca7f.git
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Thanks for the answers. I thought it was much simpler. It seems simple but I'm too stupid. Git module doesn't want to work.
Just follow the instructions in the second link I provided. To sum it up once again:

In order to add a sub-module to your Git repository, use the command "git submodule add <submodule_url> <directory>" (for example: "git submodule add https://code.videolan.org/videolan/x264.git libs/x264").

This will add the sub-module and create a file called ".gitmodules", if it does not exist yet. You normally do not create this file manually or edit it directly.

Once the sub-module has been added, the ".gitmodules" file and the new directory can be committed just like any other file. And, as always, your changes won't appear on the remote server (e.g. Github) until you push them!

That's it
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Just follow the instructions in the second link I provided. To sum it up once again:

In order to add a sub-module to your Git repository, use the command "git submodule add <submodule_url> <directory>" (for example: "git submodule add https://code.videolan.org/videolan/x264.git libs/x264").

This will add the sub-module and create a file called ".gitmodules", if it does not exist yet. You normally do not create this file manually or edit it directly.

Once the sub-module has been added, the ".gitmodules" file and the new directory can be committed just like any other file. And, as always, your changes won't appear on the remote server (e.g. Github) until you push them!

That's it
Thanks for link. I got to know to do it from the link you shared.
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