Module 1 Screenshot:
@MrAllatta looks good. You might want to run a
git status just to see how everything is doing between adding and reseting.
Might want to run a
git status every once in a while to see what the state is, but otherwise nicely done.
@rschuetzler nicely done! You may want to do two things:
1.) In the image, blur your email address
2.) We’re going to be working with the product GitHub Classroom, a bit in this training. So you may want to name your repo
demo or something similar.
@jrstanley you may want to name the directory
Training or something similar just for practice.
@AaronGullickson your submission is perfect. I appreciate how you did a
git status every step of the way to check the state of your project. Well done
@minneapolis-edu your submission is .
You might want to ask with a
git status after you commit, just to get used to seeing that your working tree is clean and up-to-date well done!
Hello @g471000! I strongly recommend not using the command
git add . for all the reasons outlined in the training. Mind trying again and re-posting a screenshot?
Hi @nicotron great job! You might want to check the state of your project with a
git status when you’re adding/reseting, but otherwise,
@gradvohl you might want to check with a
git status with each step to get used to the output and state of your project, but otherwise, good job!
@artgonzalezacc ok so you’re going to want to add the readme.md back into staging, and then make your initial commit from there.
Also running a
git status with each step will get you used to seeing the state of your repository.
Mind trying again and re-posting your screenshot?
@lynnellemmanuel excellently done! And good to know you are a Windows user–I might ping you for Windows config help for other folks in the training if that is ?
@vkjain66 hi there, I see you are on a Windows machine. You’re going to want to follow the setup directions outlined here, because the syntax we’re using isn’t going to work in your shell, hence the errors. If you want to see what Windows config should look like for this training, see @lynnellemmanuel’s post.
Mind trying again and re-posting a screenshot?