To commit changes to a Git repository, follow these steps:
- Use the git status command to see the list of files with changes.
- Use the git add
- Use the git commit -m "Commit message" command to commit the changes. Replace "Commit message" with a descriptive message explaining the changes you made.
- If necessary, repeat steps 2 and 3 to add and commit any additional changes.
- Use the git push command to push the commits to the remote repository (e.g., GitHub, GitLab). This step is only required if you want to share your changes with others or update the repository.
After following these steps, your changes will be committed to the Git repository.