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Github shows unrelevant commits in pull request history


Github shows unrelevant commits in pull request history

By : palhao
Date : December 05 2020, 12:18 PM
it helps some times The simplest solution is probably to just rebase your changes off of the branch on origin that you're submitting the pull request to (probably master).
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How to pull in commits from a second github repo? (In order to separate commit history)

How to pull in commits from a second github repo? (In order to separate commit history)


By : user3008127
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps I don't think you'll be able to pull the changes all the way back to your private-repo-with-full-history, because you want the public-repo and the private-repo to effectively have different root commits.
I think your best bet might be:
Can I change the author of commits in a GitHub pull request without affecting history of my `master` branch?

Can I change the author of commits in a GitHub pull request without affecting history of my `master` branch?


By : Ellafeng
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue Option 1
It seems you want to change the author information if the email address is ***@***.internal, you can still use the way:
code :
$ git filter-branch --commit-filter '
        if [ "$GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL" = "***@***.internal" ];
        then
                GIT_AUTHOR_NAME="new name";
                GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL="new email";
                git commit-tree "$@";
        else
                git commit-tree "$@";
        fi' HEAD
git rebase -i <parent of commitA> -p
git commit --amend --author="name <email address>"
git rebase --continue
How do I add commits to a pull request someone sent me, if github tells me "Add more commits by pushing to the mast

How do I add commits to a pull request someone sent me, if github tells me "Add more commits by pushing to the mast


By : Fábio Tramasoli
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Someone sent me a pull request. Github describes how to check out the branch and test the changes like this: , I did
code :
git push origin usernameOfPRSender-master:master
Avoid unwanted merge commits and other commits when doing pull request on GitHub

Avoid unwanted merge commits and other commits when doing pull request on GitHub


By : sarah ss
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help Instead of merging you want to rebase. You can do this manually, or automatically when pulling.
Github pull request shows too many changes/commits

Github pull request shows too many changes/commits


By : Lanny
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need Your git log shows that there is a lot of commits in the develop branch that don't exist in the master branch. The pull request correctly shows a list of these commits, that can be merged into the master branch.
To list all commits from the develop branch that are not part of the master branch you can use the command git log master..develop. This should match the list you see in the pull request.
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