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Development Tools Git Basics Getting Started With Git Working With Git Repositories

2 Answers

Hi there,

Try adding a -m to your command:

git commit -m "Added some stuff to my code"
  • that may solve the issue but I'm not sure what the GitPad.exe message is about. The last warning asks you to supply a message.

If that fails, try git status. That shows the current position of your files.


Jacob Goh
Jacob Goh
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Thanks. I removed GitPad and was able to make it work =] Thanks again