I submitted a PR where for the first time I edited multiple files. Previous PRs I have submitted were only editing one file, which the GitHub interface makes very seamless and simple for those of us new to submitting PRs.
For the PR I submitted, I already had a fork of the project, but it was not updated with the latest of the Master branch for the main project, so I updated it.
I then edited two of the files in my fork.
I then submitted the fork to the project thinking it would only add the two edited files to the PR.
However, as you can see here, the PR contains 3 commits, one of which is the update I did to my fork.
Is it necessary for me to remove this from the PR? IOW, will this cause problems on the maintainer’s side if they accept the PR?
Is it possible for me to remove the commit from the existing PR? Or is it better to submit a new one?
What might have been the better way for me to submit these two edited files? I’m still not sure how I should accomplish this.