On Wed, May 08, 2013 at 12:01:00PM +0100, Robin Messer wrote:
> > I think the text is correct as it stands. "git status" shows you that
> > there are changes that are staged and unstaged, "git diff" (and "git
> > diff --cached") shows you what those changes are.
> Thanks, but the command line which follows that text does actually use
> "git status" to show which files (staged and unstaged) have changes.
> The text I quoted is introducing that command.
> Then the next example shows you how to use "git diff" to see what the
> actual unstaged changes to those files are.
Ah, OK. I read your email without looking at the context.
> If this is not the appropriate place to report such things, please point
> me at the correct one.
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