Chetan Chetan - 6 months ago 36
Git Question

git add -A, git commit in one command?

Is there any way I can do

git add -A
git commit -m "commit message"

in one command? I seem to be doing those two commands a lot, and if Git had an option like
git commit -Am "commit message"
, it would make life that much more convenient.

git commit
has the
modifier, but it doesn't quite do the same as doing
git add -A
before committing.
git add -A
adds newly created files, but
git commit -am
does not. What does?


You can use git aliases, e.g.

git config --global alias.add-commit '!git add -A && git commit'

and use it with

git add-commit -m 'My commit message'