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[[Developing#Updating_sources]] contains a link that describes how to use the github website to pull recent changes into your fork repository with a merge commit. When I did it my repo de-synced from ZeroK-RTS master making a whole bunch of separate commits by me authored by someone else. When I tried to pull request some changes it resulted in this https://github.com/ZeroK-RTS/Zero-K/pull/3688 where my changes were on top of 400 commits separate from what master was. It would be best to re-write this section to be more clear. For referance, I had bare bones knowlege on how to use git and I've never worked with forks before.
 
[[Developing#Updating_sources]] contains a link that describes how to use the github website to pull recent changes into your fork repository with a merge commit. When I did it my repo de-synced from ZeroK-RTS master making a whole bunch of separate commits by me authored by someone else. When I tried to pull request some changes it resulted in this https://github.com/ZeroK-RTS/Zero-K/pull/3688 where my changes were on top of 400 commits separate from what master was. It would be best to re-write this section to be more clear. For referance, I had bare bones knowlege on how to use git and I've never worked with forks before.
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== Professional TIp ==
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if you do <nowiki>---~~~~</nowiki> it will become --[[User:Shaman|Shaman]] ([[User talk:Shaman|talk]]) 02:25, 16 August 2019 (CEST)

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Steel_Blue says:

Developing#Updating_sources contains a link that describes how to use the github website to pull recent changes into your fork repository with a merge commit. When I did it my repo de-synced from ZeroK-RTS master making a whole bunch of separate commits by me authored by someone else. When I tried to pull request some changes it resulted in this https://github.com/ZeroK-RTS/Zero-K/pull/3688 where my changes were on top of 400 commits separate from what master was. It would be best to re-write this section to be more clear. For referance, I had bare bones knowlege on how to use git and I've never worked with forks before.

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if you do ---~~~~ it will become --Shaman (talk) 02:25, 16 August 2019 (CEST)