[IPython-dev] pull requests

W. Trevor King wking at tremily.us
Thu Sep 19 12:52:25 EDT 2013

On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 10:48:21AM -0600, Aaron Meurer wrote:
> You either have to pull from origin and push to a remote or push to
> origin and pull from a remote (technically you can set it up so that
> you push and pull to different urls, but that's way too complicated
> for beginners).

For what it's worth, Hub makes pull requests against the "origin"
repository [1], so if you use Hub you want origin to point to the
central project repo.


[1]: http://hub.github.com/hub.1.html

   git pull-request [-f] [-m MESSAGE|-F FILE|-i ISSUE|ISSUE-URL]
     [-b BASE] [-h HEAD]

     Opens a pull request on GitHub for the project that the "origin"
     remote points to…

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