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Setting up a local git repo

05 Feb 2017 . category: devops . Comments

Fork repo to your github repo

git clone <local repo>
cd <cloned repo>

Add upsteam repo to pull updates from

git remote add upstream <original repo>

Pull down attached branches

git remote update -p

Create a new branch to work in.

Usually you will name this after a feature you are working on.

git checkout -b <new branch>

Commit your changes to your github repo

git add .
git commit -m ‘<message>'
git push origin < your branch>

Then you can login to github and create a pull request to the original repo

  • Create a PR from fork/branch to original repo/master


Jeremy Miller is an awesome person. He lives in the Midwest, where he works in Linux Administration. In his spare time, Jeremy likes to develop.