Git doesn't actually work this way. After you added your file with git add,
you can use git status to check what will be included in your commit. If
you are satisfied with the result, you can do a git commit.
On 12 Dec 2014 17:21, "scls" <s.cel...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I'm new to Git so please excuse me if what I'm saying is wrong.
> I'm trying to move from SVN to GIT
>
> I did $ git add filename
> but nothing appears.
>
> I also try to add verbose flag (-v)
> but nothing else appears.
>
> I think a message saying that ever this filename (these filenames)  was
> ever added to repository
> or that this filename (these filenames) was just add to repository could
> be a good idea.
>
> Kind regard
>
> S├ębastien
>
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