To stage changes for commit in Git, you can follow these steps:
- Check the status of your files using the command git status. This will show you which files have been modified or added.
- Use the command git add
- If you want to stage changes for all modified files, you can use the command git add . or git add -A.
- After staging your changes, you can use the command git status again to ensure that the changes you want to commit are correctly staged.
- Finally, you can commit your staged changes using the command git commit -m "Commit message". Replace "Commit message" with a meaningful message describing the changes you made.
By following these steps, you can stage your changes in Git and commit them to your repository.