unrelated to RIOT, but for the sake of completeness, there is also the native git command git request-pull , which let’s you generate a pull request message that you can send per email to e.g. a mailing list.
Just to clarify: For the normal GitHub workflow you interact with at least 3 repositories: your local, the origin (your fork on GitHub) and the upstream (at RIOT-OS/RIOT). Other workflows, as for example the one employed by Git itself require only interaction with 2 repositories: your local and the central at kernel.org. The review process is done via the Mailinglist by sending the patches to them with git request-pull and integrating them to the central repository by the maintainer with git am.
(and sorry for the double-post to you and the mailinglist ^^")
of course thebitbucket address would be my forked address/
I am using diff | pgp as version control system with vim IDE, hehe
I was coding mostly on my own, maybe together with 3 people max,
cvs, subversion - I used it - had my problems - created my sh scripts for
it - and forget about any kind of native syntax -> that was also my plan for github, hehe
sorry for loosing continence a bit
and dont get me worng - i did some pulls requests already - I think I
did a misstake by deleting my github fork:
ps. but if u find time please tell me what to do. My misstake was to not create a brench on my fork
thats it. now i want to do it with the command lines i pasted. yes to not present my like a fool i will
create a 2nd github account uploading riot code - and pulling correctly brenched code to the 2nd user…testing…
mutch crypto, random and corresponding UTs to be PRed this week :]
pps. my solution for #2312 would be to - “re-add” the changed final files - as new pull with correctly
brenched copy of my forked github.