I suspect the behavior here is what’s supposed to happen, but I’m trying to understand what I can do to fix this. I have a forked repository (https://github.com/xC0000005/Marlin) which was forked off another user’s fork. Lately, most of my fixes need to go back to the main repository (https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin).
When I attempt to create a PR between my repo’s bugfix-2.0.x and the great great grandparent’s, it shows the history of commits for not only my repo but the ancestors as well, instead of just what I’ve changed. I attempted to fork just the Marlin repository, but doing so takes me back to my fork.
Is there a way to reset my repo so it points to https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin and changes I make will show only the history of my commits instead of everything that happened before? I’m sure it’s something dumb I’m doing, but I am not sure how to fix it.