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How to change directory of git repository

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There must be some quick fix but I just can't figure out how to do it:

I initialized a git repository on my local computer, but unfortunately at the wrong place, i.e. in the wrong directory. How can I undo this or move the working directory that my git repository is synched with?

In my example, instead of initializing my repository in /home/git/rep1, I initialized it in /home ... :S

posted Jun 9, 2015 by Sidharth

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