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Re: [OT] How to make a second github PR

by Corion (Pope)
on Oct 24, 2020 at 08:43 UTC ( #11123112=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to [OT] How to make a second github PR

With git, you can rewind time and find a different point to branch off your second branch.

I imagine you have some structure like this:

sysiphus/master perl/blead | | ... patches ... other patches | | | / +----------------/ <- here is where you branched off your change +s, for example SHA 12abcd |

The easiest way is to then check out the point where you diverged from blead</>, create a new branch and apply your changes to <c>win32/ there:

git checkout 12abcd # check that we can build at this stage, make sure that you have all y +our changes out of tree, just in case: git clean -dfX && cd win32 && gmake test # Create the new branch here, and check it out git branch makefile-update git checkout makefile-update ... apply your changes # check that tests still pass git clean -dfX && cd win32 && gmake test git commit -m "voila" git push github

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