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Re: Error creating merge request for 1st diff
Good point, Andrew.
I normally have my fork as "origin" (which will be the default when
doing push/pull operations).
I set the main KiCad repository as a remote called "upstream" (this
name is just my personal choice, it can be anything)
That way by default I am just interacting with my fork, but I can
specify the upstream remote if I am rebasing my changes on top of the
latest in the main repository.
Some more detail here on how to add, view and rename remotes:
On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 12:58 PM Andrew Lutsenko <anlutsenko@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> You are probably trying to push to kicad repo instead of your fork.
> Instead of doing "git push" you should do "git push <name of remote corresponding to your fork>" unless your fork remote is "origin".
> Once you have pushed to your fork git client will give you a direct link to create a merge request from that branch.
> On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 9:25 AM Joshua Redstone <redstone@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I've prepared a diff for the raytracing engine in 3d-viewer. It more conservatively clips silkscreen around vias to the edge of the outer annular ring rather than edge of the copper plating.
>> I wanted to get some feedback on it, but when I tried creating a merge request by doing a git-push, I got the "You are not allowed to push code to this project." error.
>> Is there another way I should proceed to get feedback on the diff?
>> One question on the diff I had was I wasn't sure where / if / how to hook up the flag enabling the change.
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