If your previous answer is similar to the one I see, then it is not really an answer.
If the answer is just a link, or contains a link and few more, then it is not considered an answer. An answer should report the answer in the same page of the question, not force everybody to read what reported in another site; you can make a summary of what reported in that site, and then give a link to it, but when an answer is just a link, and link rot happens, that answer is not useful at all, as who reads it just sees a link to a site that cannot be reached.
The actual answer doesn't make sense too; you are asking if somebody wrote the code to solve a specific problem, and then you answer giving the link to a git repository you created, asking to comment on that.
The FAQ says:
Answers that do not fundamentally answer the question may be removed. This includes answers that are …
- commentary on the question or other answers
- asking another, different question
- "thanks!" or "me too!" responses
- exact duplicates of other answers
- barely more than a link to an external site
- not even a partial answer to the actual question
That part of the FAQ clearly says that answers that don't really answer the question can be removed; the list reported there is not a complete list of answers that can be removed.