How to update a pull request from forked repo?


So I first forked a repo and then made a commit to that forked repo. I then opened a pull request. The pull request listed all the changes I wanted.

After reviewing my pull request, there were a number of changes that the repo owner wanted me to make before he accepted it. I have made those changes in my fork, now how do I update the pull request with those changes (or is this not how I should handle it)?


You have done it correctly. The pull request will automatically update. The process is:

  1. Open pull request
  2. Commit changes based on feedback in your local repo
  3. Push to the relevant branch of your fork

The pull request will automatically add the new commits to the Commits tab of the PR.

hat's the difference between Git Revert, Checkout and Reset?

Push git commits & tags simultaneously