I saw a screencast where someone had gotten
git stgit ci
to work. When I do it I get an error asking me if I meant something else.
Being a git newb, I need to know what you have to do to get this done?
Just add these lines to ~/.gitconfig
[alias] st = status ci = commit -v
st = status
ci = commit -v
You can also run the git config alias command:
$ git config --global alias.st status
Note: On unix, use single quotes if the alias has a space:
$ git config --global alias.ci 'commit -v'
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