Add existing project to existing git repository
I've got a Visual Studio solution already part of a git repository on TFS. The solution consists of a number of projects. Everything was fine until recently I renamed one of the projects. I've noticed that the renamed project has dropped out of the repository and I can't figure out how to get it back in.
Googling reveals a lot of information about adding existing solutions to new git repositories, but I can't find any advice on how to fix the situation I find myself in. I'm a git noob which certainly isn't helping; I can't even figure out got to call git from the command line.
Surely there's a simple sequence of git commands to get my project back in the repository?
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