It has been interestting switching from Mercurial to Git. I honestly believed it would be more straight forward but I have to re-read again and again until the new ways sink in with me.
jgraham shared with me some notes (Thanks!) with regards what his workflow looks like and I want to document it for my own sake and perhaps yours:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:mozilla-b2g/fxos-certsuite.git # Time passes # To develop something on master # Pull in all the new commits from master git fetch origin # Create a new branch (this will track master from origin, # which we don't really want, but that will be fixed later) git checkout -b my_new_thing origin/master # Edit some stuff # Stage it and then commit the work git add -p git commit -m "New awesomeness" # Push the work to a remote branch git push --set-upstream origin HEAD:jgraham/my_new_thing # Go to the GH UI and start a pull request # Fix some review issues git add -p git commit -m "Fix review issues" # or use --fixup # Push the new commits git push # Finally, the review is accepted # We could rebase at this point, however, # we tend to use the Merge button in the GH UI # Working off a different branch is basically the same, # but you replace "master" with the name of the branch you are working off.
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