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Apr 6, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Using stacked pull requests in GitHub

Simohamed Marhraoui Vue and React developer | Linux enthusiast | Interested in FOSS

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3 Replies to "Using stacked pull requests in GitHub"

  1. In your example to break up a large PR, you suggest:

    $ git checkout migrate-to-firebase
    $ git reset –soft develop
    $ git restore –staged .

    Is that not the same thing as:
    $ git checkout migrate-to-firebase
    $ git reset develop

    Thanks.

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