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Added information about setting user.name and user.email to the commit section

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Adam Reeve 2011-02-25 14:29:16 +13:00
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<p>Now that you have staged the content you want to snapshot with the
<code>git add</code> command, you run <code>git commit</code> to actually
record the snapshot. Let's stage and commit all the changes to our
record the snapshot.
Git records your name and email address with every commit you make,
so the first step is to tell Git what these are.
<b>$ git config --global user.name 'Your Name'</b>
<b>$ git config --global user.email you@somedomain.com</b>
<p>Let's stage and commit all the changes to our
<code>hello.rb</code> file. In this first example, we'll use the
<code>-m</code> option to provide the commit message on the command line.