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Message 1 of 3

Did I get this right?

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I want to fork a third party project in my private repository, store my new modifications in a "dev" branch and keep the repository up to date with the upstream commits.

 

Setup

  1. git clone <url>
  2. git branch dev
  3. git checkout dev

 

Update

  1. git fetch
  2. git checkout dev
  3. git rebase upstream/master

 

Is this correct?

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Message 2 of 3

Re: Did I get this right?

HI @beppe9000,

 

Thanks for being here! Yes, you are correct to keep your fork up to date:

 

 

git fetch upstream

git rebase upstream/master

 

Thanks for being here, sharing, and keeping our community awesome!
Best,
AndreaG

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Message 3 of 3

Re: Did I get this right?

thanks so the upstream parameter was needed