Committing the changes
You moved the credentials out of the code repository and verified that the robot still works. You visually reviewed your changes and saw that they look fine. You feel confident about the changes. They will improve the robot! It is time to commit.
Preparing for commit
In the root of your robot project, run
git add . to add all the created and modified files:
git add .
See git add command documentation for more information.
git status shows that the changes are now ready to be committed:
git status On branch remove-credentials Changes to be committed: (use "git restore --staged <file>..." to unstage) new file: devdata/env.json modified: tasks.robot
If you still want to review your changes before committing, you can run
git diff --staged.
Provide a message describing the changes and commit by running
git commit -m 'Move credentials to vault':
git commit -m 'Move credentials to vault' [remove-credentials 39bdae6] Move credentials to vault 2 files changed, 8 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-) create mode 100644 devdata/env.json
Visual Git clients provide you a user interface for writing the message and doing the commit.
git status now shows nothing new to commit (since you just committed):
git status On branch remove-credentials nothing to commit, working tree clean
Viewing the log
You can view a log of the changes by running
git log commit 39bdae6e4b3825d7466e5881f6c7f67f4e7e5835 (HEAD -> remove-credentials) Author: Jani Palsamäki <email@example.com> Date: Mon Aug 24 08:10:33 2020 +0300 Move credentials to vault
What we learned
- You can prepare files and directories for committing using
git add ..
- You provide a message and commit the changes using
git commit -m 'Message describing the changes'.
- You can view a log of the changes using
- Visual Git clients provide a user interface for all the operations.