cannot see updates in Git remote repository
I have created a remote git repository on a remote server in this place:
/home/mysite/public_html/git/mysite.git and set
/home/mysite/public_html as a remote working directory specified.
On my local machine I successfully cloned the repository with
git clone http://firstname.lastname@example.org/git/mysite.git and pushed a test file in it:
git add test.txt
git commit -am "test update"
git push origin master
The operation shows no errors - it seems to be updating local repository, however, I cannot find any files in the remote repository and neither in the working directory.
Another thing - if I delete my local repository and clone it again from the server, the text file comes along, meaning it is stored somewhere in the remote repository, just not where I need it. What could be wrong with my setup?
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