[Pharo-dev] reviewing pull request are adding new remotes
cyril.ferlicot at gmail.com
Wed Aug 30 20:23:47 EDT 2017
On jeu. 31 août 2017 at 02:15, Nicolai Hess <nicolaihess at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is it right, that reviewing a pull request will add the others user git
> repository in my
> list of remotes ?
> This may make sense if I actually merge the pull into my branch. But if I
> just want
> to see the code, or merge it into the image, do I need that repository in
> my list of
> remotes ?
When we do a PR it's because we have a repository with code that we want to
integrate in another repository.
If another user of the original repository wants to review this code, he
needs to reference the fork of the new code's author because this code is
not yet in the original repository.
So, if in Pharo you want to see/merge the code of a PR, you need the fork
of the author as a remote to be able to fetch/pull the code.
Once the review is finished you can delete this remote if you wish.
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