[QGIS-Developer] changes in QGIS development with git
denis.rouzaud at gmail.com
Mon Mar 2 01:09:53 PST 2020
Le dim. 1 mars 2020 à 20:04, William Kyngesburye <woklist at kyngchaos.com> a
> It's been a couple years since I made a commit with git, and I find that I
> can't do that any more. It appears master (and branches?) are locked so
> that only travis-ci-validated commits can be pushed. That means I have to
> use a github fork and make pull requests, yay. I just want to make sure I
> have this correct now.
> I figured out how to reset my 8 year old fork to current master.
> The PR process from my years-old notes:
> 1. merge upstream changes to my fork
> 2. make my changes
> 3. push my changes to my fork
> 4. make PR to qgis upstream
> 5. (new) wait for travis-ci to succeed
an added step is to wait for a positive review now
> 6. merge PR
> One thing I'm not sure about is backporting. I've seen [Backport] tagged
> messages from Github. And I recall talk about problems with the automated
> backporting bot/app (fixed?).
yes it should be working
> How do I handle backporting? Most of the changes I need to make need to
> be backported.
the PR must be labeled with "backport _branchname_". If you cannot define
the label (rights) just ask for it to be labeled.
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