Create a remote in the clone of your fork that refers to the upstream
* git remote add upstream git://github.com/hibernate/hibernate-orm.git
fetch the 4.2 branch into your clone:
* git fetch upstream 4.2:4.2
You can choose to push this to your fork or not. If so (assuming you
left that remote named "origin"):
* git push origin 4.2:4.2
Do your work...
On 04/05/2013 08:23 AM, Demetz, Guenther wrote:
Hello hibernate developers,
I want to open a JIRA-Issue and as always I like to provide an according test-case in
form of a pull-request.
I already created pull-requests in past, but now I need to update/align my fork of
hibernate-orm with branch 4.2 which at the time of fork-creation did not exist yet.
How to do that without destroying my fork first?
It seems that GitHub does allow maximal one fork per repository. I tried almost
everything imaginable without success.
If someone could give me an advice please..
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