Applies to ReadyAPI 2.8, last modified on August 16, 2019

To commit your changes to a Git repository, follow these steps:

  1. Right-click the project in the Navigator panel and select Git > Commit from the context menu.

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    — or —

    Select Project > Git > Commit from the main menu.

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    This action will automatically save the project.

    Note: If the command is disabled, make sure you enabled integration with Git.

  2. The Git Commit dialog will appear:

    Git integration: Git Commit Dialog

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    The dialog lists the changed files. To learn what each file is used for, see Composite Project Structure.

    In the dialog:

    • Select the changes to commit.

      Tip:

      To view the difference between file versions, click the View option in the Details column. This will open a window where you can see the difference:

      Diff viewer window

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    • Enter a commit message.

    • Click Commit.

After you commit the changes to a local Git repository, you may want to push the changes to a remote repository.

See Also

Git Integration
Teamwork

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