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If you need to force push an subtree
git checkout master # you can avoid this line if you are in master...
git subtree split --prefix dist -b gh-pages # create a local gh-pages branch containing the splitted output folder
git push -f origin gh-pages:gh-pages # force the push of the gh-pages branch to the remote gh-pages branch at origin
git branch -D gh-pages # delete the local gh-pages because you will need it: ref
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nafeu commented Oct 7, 2017

Thank you good sir!

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shierro commented Oct 8, 2017

Thanks mate! This was helpful :)

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thecjharries commented Nov 24, 2017

Thanks! This was great.

For anyone else stumbling on this, here are some pertinent doc links. Chances are you've seen this stuff, but subtree was new to me.

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codingedward commented Jun 3, 2018

Brilliant! Thanks.

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DBjelovuk commented Jan 29, 2019

More concise approach:

git push origin `git subtree split --prefix dist master`:gh-pages --force

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mhsalves commented Oct 23, 2019

OMG ! You saved my life ! I had tried for a long time ! Tks

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