To commit specific files from a subdirectory in Git, use git add with the file paths, then git commit to create a new commit.
Sometimes our setup gets messed up, or we mess it up in such a way that nothing seems to work; in those scenarios, use this command to discard anything you have done to start fresh."
Forgot to add some files or changes in your last commit? Or remember that last thing you needed to do after you have already committed? We have a solution!
Let's say you were working on an update but needed to push some partial code. To do it, you can quickly call the interactive add feature of git and select the portion of code you want.
Usually, it is recommended to create a new fix branch from your master and push it back, but sometimes we kind of go lazzy. In those moments, I simply make the changes and add them one by one using the following command.