On 21 March 2018 at 06:58, Paul Moore <p.f.moore@gmail.com> wrote:
Cheryl Sabella kindly migrated a patch I'd put on bpo some time ago
but forgotten about onto github. The PR (#6158) is ready to go (I
think) but this is the first time since the migration to github that
I've done a merge, and I'm not quite sure what the workflow is :-( I
didn't see much in the devguide (which covers how to write a PR, how
to test it etc, but not so much how to merge it, unless I missed
something, or it's so simple that the little I did find is all that's

You didn't miss it - https://devguide.python.org/committing/ is still pretty much written for the old approach of merging on the command line.

So a devguide issue would definltely be appropriate, and if you're so inclined, even a PR with the docs that you wish had existing when you looked for them :)


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