[pytest-dev] maintaining a synced git fork easily?
eldar.abusalimov at gmail.com
Mon Sep 28 12:20:19 CEST 2015
There was a good post in the GitHub blog about multiple worktrees and
Hope that helps!
On Mon, Sep 28, 2015 at 1:15 PM, holger krekel <holger at merlinux.eu> wrote:
> Hey git-users :)
> could someone help me with how to best manage my git fork of pytest?
> I currently have two separate directories for my pytest work -- one
> which was cloned from pytest-dev/pytest and one from hpk42/pytest which
> was forked using the github UI. Is it a good idea to try to maintain
> both "remotes" in a single directory on my laptop? I'd basically like
> to be able to make a branch from pytest-dev/pytest but have it stored
> in the hpk42/pytest fork repo. And only have a single "git pull/fetch".
> Instead currently i do this:
> cd pytest ; git pull
> cd ../pytest-hpk
> git co master ; git pull ../pytest ; git push origin
> git co features ; git pull ../pytest ; git push origin
> which seems a bit much -- also the last two "git co" commands usually
> involve a merge commit which seems wrong (i probably messed up at some
> point -- do i need to do a fresh fork/clone?).
> How are you solving this usage issue?
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Eldar Sh. Abusalimov
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