Adding Git Commit to bash_profile with prompt?
I want aliases for:
git add --a
git commit -m ""
git push origin master
git pull origin master
I have made them all, except how do I have terminal prompt me for a commit message, and then store it?
"What's your commit message"
added footer <enter>
git commit -m "added footer"
Is that possible to do?
I tried doing a
read variable, and then inserting that with
$variable but it didn't work.
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