Git - Commit changes to another one's submodule
I have a git repo with submodule which belongs to someone else. Now I want to make changes to it like adding and modifying.
I think about forking the project, then I will use that as a new submodule instead. Is there anyway I can avoid this by just simply commit new file to the submodule and track it with my current repo ?
Thanks for reading,
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