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Old June 24, 2011, 11:00   #28
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Göteborg, Sweden
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Originally Posted by d_m View Post
git commit -m "look some changes" -a
Yeay, it works! I have now successfully sent a pull request :-)

The thing I had missed was to make my local commit. I had read the start-up tutorials, and there when talking about contributing they only mentioned how to push your commits. I assumed that pushing commits meant commiting as well, but nope.

I tried to enter a better commit message, but I don't know vim, so it seems a bit of a hassle. How do you guys generally do it? Because when checking your commits you don't generally use one liners...
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