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Jenna Malone7,173 Points
Why "Change file1" and "Changing file2"
Why did he run the command
git commit -m "Change file1"
but for the file 2 he used the word changing instead?
git commit -m "Changing file2"
Why would it not be the same? What is the difference?
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
HI there! Your commit messages are really sort of freeform and up to you. Trust me, there are some really crazy/funny commit messages out there. This was simply done for the purposes of showing how a commit message is made. They can be essentially anything you want to them to be, but ideally, will mean something to you and the team you're working with.
Hope this helps!