When working on your code there are some situations when you working on features you suddenly have to push a simple fix or a piece a code. Normally, it is recommended to create a new fix branch from your master and push it back but some times we kind of go lazzy. In those movments I simply do the changes and add them one by one using the following command
$ git add -p
I believe it’s worth menthioning how I got to know about this nice little helper.
🔥 Git Tip: Use `git add -p` to review and add changes hunk-by-hunk. Handy when you want to break a single file's changes into two commits pic.twitter.com/VH2SGl48FS
— Wes Bos 🔥 (@wesbos) November 28, 2016