first, thanks to everyone that answered my last question, was very much appreciated.
This is almost, but not quite, the same sort of question.
Programmer X owns the master branch. Programmer Z owns a branch of that master. I have a fork of Programmer Z's branch. He's merged my changes to his branch, but he's made other changes and now I need an updated fork of his branch.
Can I do this from the command line, if so, how?
If I have to use github's gui, then how do I do this? I really don't want to delete my fork and refork from his branch.
Thank you for being here! What you are describing is `merging` your changes to the feature branch.
$ git checkout feature $ git merge master
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