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GIT QUIZ: We just made some more changes to that same README.md file - go ahead and commit those changes. Is this a bug?
We just made some more changes to that same README.md file - go ahead and commit those changes.
I am entering :
> git commit -a -m README.md "some changes"
And I keep getting this error.
"Bummer! Remember to put your commit message in quotes."
Aaron Graham18,033 Points
the -a flag adds all the files that have changed to the commit. The -m flag should be immediately followed by your message. Try leaving out the README.md part of your command.
git commit -am "some message" also be a valid answer?