add a change in git that you have just checked using git diff

It's useful to run run git st before you commit changes. To see an individual commit it's good practice to type git diff . If you are happy with what you see, to add the file, just type ^diff^add

By: binaryten
2012-10-09 21:51:05

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^d exists my shell?
t3o · 476 weeks and 1 day ago
Yes, It would be work in almost all popular shells. It's not special command. About characters number: echo 'dfaklfjdkaslfdlafdsafdasfdsalfjdaklsjfdklasklfdaslfdaskfdasjlfjdaslkfjdaskljfklsdajfkldasjfkldasjklfdjasklfdjsaklfdjaskljfkldasjklfdasjlkfdasjljklfads' ^dfaklfjdkaslfdlafdsafdasfdsalfjdaklsjfdklasklfdaslfdaskfdasjlfjdaslkfjdaskljfklsdajfkldasjfkldasjklfdjasklfdjsaklfdjaskljfkldasjklfdasjlkfdasjljklfads^test Works fine!
DNI · 468 weeks and 6 days ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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