How to fix broken submodule config in git?
I'm hitting this git error with sub module creation. I initial had a bad URL in the command, now any additional runs show this error. Any ideas on what is wrong?
$ git submodule add -f https://github.com/Shougo/vimproc.vim.git .vim/bundle/vimproc
Adding existing repo at '.vim/bundle/vimproc' to the index
fatal: Not a git repository: .vim/bundle/vimproc/../../../.git/modules/.vim/bundle/vimproc
Failed to add submodule '.vim/bundle/vimproc'
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