git commit to github repo
I've been following the basics of git but something confuses me.
I created a repository on github.com. Then i opened my console and used the following commands:
git add .
git commit -m "some message"
Which gave me the following result:
[master (root-commit) 96a358b] commit 35 files changed, 1494
insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
... and some other stuff
So far so good right? But nothing that i've been following so far shows me how to actually put the commit into the github repository...
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