Use the "git add" command to put the file ready for commit.
# Put one file ready for commit git add filename # Put all files under the current directory ready for commit git add.
What is commit preparation?
In Git, you need to prepare for a commit before you can commit. The "git add" command is a command to put a file ready for commit. It may be explained that you put it in the cache or put it in a staging state, but this site uses the term commit preparation.
How to check the commit preparation status?
Use the " git status" command to check the commit readiness.
How to cancel the commit preparation status?
If you accidentally put a file in the ready-to-commit state, you may want to cancel the ready-to-commit state.
Uncommit ready for a specific file
Use "git rm --cached" to uncommit a particular file.
# Release the ready-to-commit state for a specific file git rm --cached filename
Uncommit ready status for all files
Use the "git reset" command to uncommit all files.
# Uncommit ready for all files git reset
If you make a mistake, don't run "git reset --hard" to uncommit all files. Running "git reset --hard" will also bring back any changes made in the working directory.