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Development Tools Introduction to Git First Commits First Commits

commit the staged file, with a message of "Add chapter 1". Rather than letting Git launch an editor, specify your commit

git commit-m "Add chapter 1"- that is my solution. It is not working. Where I am doing wrong?

1 Answer

You have a spacing issue. This is a better error message for what you're doing wrong:

git: 'commit-m' is not a git command. 

Let me know if this helps!