Yep, I tried that too (though it should be equivalent to the
git add .
git commit

that I've been trying.

I even tried

git commit -v -m "test commit"

and nothing is displayed (even with the verbose output!)

This is driving me crazy... any more thoughts?

On Aug 31, 1:09 am, iñigo medina <imed...@grosshat.com> wrote:
> Hi David,
>
> did you try with git commit -a?
>
> iñ
>
>
>
> > I have some staged files:
>
> > [dor...@localhost VTK-GraphColors]$ git status
> > # On branch VTK-GraphColors
> > # Changes to be committed:
> > # (use "git reset HEAD <file>..." to unstage)
> > #
> > # modified: Infovis/vtkApplyColors.cxx
> > # modified: Infovis/vtkApplyColors.h
> > # modified: Views/vtkRenderedGraphRepresentation.cxx
> > # modified: Views/vtkRenderedGraphRepresentation.h
>
> > but when I try to commit:
>
> > [dor...@localhost VTK-GraphColors]$ git commit -m "ENH: allow
> > passthrough coloring"
>
> > nothing happens. There are no errors, it simply doesn't commit the
> > files. Any clues?
>
> > Thanks,
>
> > David
>
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