Help creating submodules in my Bare repository.

First of all, I know you cant do Submodules in a Bare Repository, but I’ll an Scheme of my project to give some context.


I need to create a remote repository with a cloned one in Local. Inside it, I want to create “Global” folders with TAGs for each time there is a change inside. The next sublevel might be a main folder and N part folders, all with .csv in it and with separated TAGs here too in each folder.

I’ve been trying things for days, but not getting far. 

Could anyone help me out to solve this mess? 


Hello, thanks for joining us!

If I’m understanding what you’re describing, this structure that you’re describing looks like one of the recommended best practices for Subversion, a different source control software than Git. The reason this is a best practice for Subversion is because it has a completely different approach to tagging and branching than Git does. With Git, you don’t need to, and shouldn’t, store tags or branches as physical paths in the repository.

If I’m misunderstanding, can you share some more details as to what in your diagram is intended to be file structure and what is intended to be repository references?

Hi! Thanks for the reply and sorry for the delay.

Well, I know subversion could be a way to get this, but I need to use Git no matter what…

I ended up doing a different schema,


Where I have N Repositories (1 core, N Assets) remotely and cloned in local. So I edit the ones in local and then push it to origin individually.

But now I need to have some kind of Log or something where I keep the global version of the group of repositories all together.

Is there any better solution? 

Thanks in advance.