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Bibiana Balbuena Barbosa14,768 Points
How do I lunch nano? git commit is not working
I'm at my Ubuntu terminal, when I type git commit it doesn't lunch nano, it shows the message: On branch master Untracked files: bronze.html
nothing added to commit but untracked files present
You haven't told git what to commit. If the file is already checked in, and has since been committed, you could do
git commit filename
However . the most typical is probably to do
git add filename followed by
git commit filename. Or if you have already done the
git add filename, you could also enter
git commit -a, which will commit all changes you have previously added to the staging area.