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Matthew Kosloski
Matthew Kosloski
8,932 Points

Committing all changes to repo

I typed: git commit -a -m "commit all changes" it says this is wrong

1 Answer

Dan Johnson
Dan Johnson
40,532 Points

Since all files are in the staging area by the time you reach this task, you don't need the -a option.