A step-by-step guide for navigating through the unavoidable pull request using Git: Move your local work to a new branch, Commit and push to your new branch, Checkout back to the previous branch, Pull the remote changes, After we are up-to-date with the remote branch, we can merge the two branches, We will need to resolve any merge conflicts that may arise using our preferred text editor
A step-by-step guide for navigating through the unavoidable pull request using Git
Before we talk about how to resolve this issue, let us first address what is happening here and why it is actually intended to be a safety net implemented to protect the branch.
If we read the
hint carefully, it is telling us that something has changed upstream. Basically, changes have been made to the remote branch we are pushing to so we are no longer up-to-date on our local version. Git will advise us to address this issue before we proceed, so let’s do that!
This can be broken up into 6 steps, it is worth getting familiar with this process as these things happen often.
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Naz talks about the differences and similarities between Git and Github. A very common question amongst the programming community. Let's settle this once and for all.
Hey there, in this blog we are going to learn about Git and Github. As a developer, you might have come across the terms Git and Github but do you understand why do you need or why you are using these? Let’s dig a little deeper to understand these terms.