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analysis:course:week1 [2014/06/21 09:41]
mvdm [Setting up GitHub]
analysis:course:week1 [2014/06/22 14:55]
mvdm
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 Important: the change you just made is limited to *your fork* only. The original repo that you forked is *not* automatically updated with your change! To remedy this, select "Pull Requests"​ on your repo site and choose "New Pull Request"​. The resulting page will show the diff of the file in your repo against the same file in the original repo, so it should highlight the change you made. Select "Click to create a Pull Request...",​ add a title, and click "Send Pull Request"​. Important: the change you just made is limited to *your fork* only. The original repo that you forked is *not* automatically updated with your change! To remedy this, select "Pull Requests"​ on your repo site and choose "New Pull Request"​. The resulting page will show the diff of the file in your repo against the same file in the original repo, so it should highlight the change you made. Select "Click to create a Pull Request...",​ add a title, and click "Send Pull Request"​.
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-<​graphviz dot center 500x200> 
-digraph G { 
-  remote -> local [label="​pull"​];​ 
-} 
-</​graphviz>​ 
  
 Now, the owner of the original repo (in this case, ''​mvdm''​) will need to approve the request before the change is merged into the original repo. You will get a confirmation message by e-mail when this is done. Now, the owner of the original repo (in this case, ''​mvdm''​) will need to approve the request before the change is merged into the original repo. You will get a confirmation message by e-mail when this is done.
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