git commit -a “My comment” not working
I can make a commit with git with the following command:
git commit -a
However then I have to enter the comment with VIM. Id rather do it all with one command so ive tried the following:
git commit -a "My comment"
But then I get this message:
fatal: Paths with -a does not make sense.
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