difference in commit options?

The Repository main menu item has the options 'Commit All' and 'Commit Staged Changes'.

What is the difference between those options ?

(to me they seem to be identical)

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Mikael Sandberg Community Champion Oct 17, 2017

Commit all will take all your changes and add them to the commit, equivalent to git commit --all. Commit staged changes will only commit changed files that you have already added to the staging area.

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