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3.5 Committing Entire Project At Once

Juppies 2 by Dr Heinz M. Kabutz

The default "Commit" button in the toolbar only commits the file we are currently on. This is seldom what we want to do. We usually want to commit all the changes together, otherwise we might have a commit that would not compile. We can customize NetBeans to have a "Commit All" button. Unfortunately it is the same icon as the other "Commit" button, so we will put some distance between them.

Let's commit all the files we have changed so far in this session. Please do the same so that you can stay in step with me.

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