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How can I do commit by using ".git/MERGE_MSG" without editor after I resolved conflict?

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After I resolved conflict, how can I do commit by using ".git/MERGE_MSG" without editor ?

I did like below but It didn't work.

$ cat .git/MERGE_MSG | git commit -m 

Is there any way?

posted May 16, 2013 by anonymous

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You can use simple git commit like below in current directory:

 git commit -a
 git commit -m project1
answer Jan 23, 2014 by Amit Kumar Pandey
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