I could expect verbose flag will made git become more verbose... but that's
no so easy

thanks for "git status" tip

2014-12-12 18:18 GMT+01:00 Konstantin Khomoutov <

> On Fri, 12 Dec 2014 00:45:45 -0800 (PST)
> scls <s.cel...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > 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.
> No, it wouldn't.
> Git follow the usual convention of Unix tools which say nothing if the
> operation had been carried out successfully.  This ensures easy
> scripting among other things.
> This might look alien to you, but this quickly becomes familiar: if the
> tool worked, it did its job.
> If you still want to double check (which is a good thing anyway to do
> before committing), just run `git status` after `git add`.

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