I am new to Git. I have recently created a repository and uploaded a folder in it using the following sequence of commands:
$ git init $ git add <file name> $ git commit -m "some comment" $ git branch -M main $ git remote add origin <url> $ git push -u origin main
This was my first time when I uploaded the files to this repository. Now I am trying to upload more files to this repository using the following commands:
$ git add <file name> $ git commit -m "some comment" $ git branch -M main $ git push -u origin main
But, I am getting the following information:
Branch 'main' set up to track remote branch 'main' from 'origin'. Everything up-to-date
Why is it so? How can I upload more files on my repository using git in the command line?
Please resolve it.
I am not sure what is causing you’re specific problem here, but i think you are not following the correct workflow. These are the steps you should follow:
Type git branch and ensure that you are on the main branch (if not do git checkout main)
git add <file> git commit -m "comment" git push -u origin main
Follow this flow everytime you want to push to this branch and you should have no issues.