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03 Oct 2012 13:32 - 03 Oct 2012 13:46 #1946 by kohansey
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Using BitBucket, how do I get my repository to update from PB's repo? If I browse to my repo and click the link to create pull request, my only option for source and destination is my own repository. If I browse to PB's repo, the create pull request link is gone, so how do I update my repo with the most recent changes?
Last edit: 03 Oct 2012 13:46 by kohansey.

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03 Oct 2012 13:36 #1947 by FDR
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You have to create a fork from his repo to be able to send pull requests.

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03 Oct 2012 13:51 #1948 by kohansey
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I just created a fork of PB's deviation repo called deviation12 in my repo. However, I am still having the same problem. The link to pull request on PB's repo is missing and the link on my fork only allows me to choose my own repos.

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03 Oct 2012 14:06 - 03 Oct 2012 14:06 #1949 by FDR
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You have to use your own "create pull request" button to send one.
In my case the source on a new request defaults to my repo and the destination defaults to PB's.

Are you sure is that a fork?
Mine labelled like that:
"FDR / deviation (fork of PhracturedBlue / deviation)"
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03 Oct 2012 14:31 #1950 by FDR
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Actually your repo is not on the list of forks:
bitbucket.org/PhracturedBlue/deviation/descendants

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03 Oct 2012 16:04 #1956 by kohansey
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you are right, sorry about that. I believe I did the fork correctly this time. If you could please explain, for future reference, how I would update the fork with any changes from PB's repo?

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03 Oct 2012 16:18 #1957 by kohansey
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Sorry missed your post on create a pull request. I'll give it a try the next time PB updates.

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03 Oct 2012 17:29 #1959 by FDR
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Pull request are to sign to him, that you have some changes he should pull from your repo.
You simply pull his repo into yours when you want (or he did some changes)...

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04 Oct 2012 00:58 #1964 by PhracturedBlue
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There are 2 different 'pulls' in question here.
A 'pull request' is a message sent from you to me thatyou want me to merge your changes. This can be done within the bitbucket system
When you run 'hg pull -u' to update your database, you can pull from multiple locations. the default is your repository (not very interesting if you do all of your development on the same machine). You can specify where to pull from using:
hg pull -u PhracturedBlue@bitbucket.org/PhracturedBlue/deviation

you can make this the default by editing .hg/hgrc and adding these lines:
[paths]
default = https://bitbucket.org/PhracturedBlue/deviation
default-push = <your bitbucket repo here>
[ui]
username = <user> <email@whatever>

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04 Oct 2012 17:30 #1989 by kohansey
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thanks PB that helps to straight things out.

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