Git repo 'rebasing' message in terminal: "Please enter the commit message for your changes"

I've been trying to push to a remote repo, and I'm being hit with this message in the terminal (see picture) I want to get to point of completing the git rebase --continue so that I can finally push, but with the message I attached in the picture, in terminal, I'm not sure what it is I'm meant to do here? It takes away my terminal prompt and seems to just display information, asking me to Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting at '#' will be ignored, and an empty message aborts the commit What do I do to fulfill this request? How/where do I enter the required commit message? I've read some things about needing to add VS Code or whatever 'text editor' of choice, to my PATH, and that this will cause a text editor to spontaneously open here, wherein I can add my requested commit message? Can someone give me some guidance here? I know that my PATH is not currently set to VSC or any text editor.
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Jochem
Jochem3mo ago
this is a question for #os-and-tools
thethingisback
thethingisback3mo ago
sorry I'll close it, thanks
Jochem
Jochem3mo ago
make sure to repost it there though 🙂 I'll delete this one once you do
thethingisback
thethingisback3mo ago
I got it working actually, I can just close here I guess? although I do have another existing issue/post here if you cared to look, involving @react-spring/parallax : https://discord.com/channels/436251713830125568/1231702825529114654 Thank you though either way!
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