3. Coding Undertake the activity on that branch locally and commit (to share your work) regularly to the branch. Test the branch in the development environment for your deployment.
4. Prepare for Pull Request When the body of work has been completed and tested and confirmed as ready for deployment into production, pull from the remote (origin) to your local branch to resolve any conflicts. Then commit and push your work back to the remote branch:
Retrieve latest updates from main:
git merge main
git commit . -m "Helpful brief commit message."
Push changes to the remote repo:
5. Create Pull Request Navigate through a browser to this branch on github and click on “Pull request” (command line alternative is to use gh). Be sure to assign a reviewer and link the pull request (PR) to the issue you’re working on if there was one.
The reviewer may make comment on the request, and may require changes before the pull request can be merged.
6. Merge Pull Request and Delete Branch Once reviews are complete and the pull request is approved, the repository owner can then merge the request into main.
Once the PR has been merged delete the branch to keep the repository uncluttered.
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