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General Discussion Adding Changes to a Project on GitHub

Madeline Yao
Madeline Yao
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 9,610 Points

Issue of creation of new repository in GitHub Desktop

When I created a new repository after setting up the GitHub Desktop, I found that after I finished all the procedures, there is an error message that says "The output command could not fit into the allocated stdout buffer. Set the options.maxBuffer to a larger value than 10485760 bytes." I do not understand why the error message occurred and do not know how to fix the problem shown in the error message. Could anyone help me with that?