That is an instruction to the shell. Basically it says "execute git commit
content-a95.php, and if that command succeeds, execute
excercises/css/excss57.html -m 'added…'"
Now if you don't provide a commit message to git (that is the -m "added
blahblah" part), Git will pop up your favourite (?) editor, and ask you to
write one. Should you entered a commit message there and save the file
instead of just closing that editor, your shell would have complained about
excss57.html not being executable.
On Sun, Sep 4, 2016, 23:00 <edgaroliveira....@gmail.com> wrote:
> It's simple,
> Simple omit the && and use:
> git commit content/content-a95.php exercises/css/excss57.html -m "added
> Only I has the path wrong :P
> But why and what this command do with parameter &&?
> domingo, 4 de Setembro de 2016 às 21:56:51 UTC+1, edgaroli...@gmail.com
>> Hello everyone,
>> I have three files on stage and I need commit only two of them. I was
>> trying this
>> git commit content/content-a95.php && content/css/excss57.html -m "added
>> but opened the editor nano and asked me to write an commit. I was
>> insecure about this function and abort the mission :P
>> I know only commit one of them, but I want commit two at once, in this
>> case, from stage to repository. It's possible?
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