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The old lucene-solr.git repository is read-only and any existing Pull Request will need to be re-created in the new lucene.git or solr.git repository.

Please consider using this https://github.com/apache/lucene-solr/blob/master/PRs.md instructions instead of the non-tested ones below (which require you to setup a fork of the new repo first.




Alternative approaches (NOTE TESTED)

Prerequsites

You need to know your fork's repository and branch name

  1. Go to your existing PR in Lucene-Solr GitHub, (e.g. https://github.com/apache/lucene-solr/pull/2466)
  2. Identify the name of your fork's repository and branch name right below the PR title (e.g. cominvent:silly-pr)

Alternative #1 - Quickly construct the URL

  • Lucene: Example for an imaginary fork "myfork" and a branch "mybranch" against the new lucene repo (replace myfork:mybranch with your actual values):
    https://github.com/apache/lucene/compare/main...myfork:mybranch
  • Solr: Example for an imaginary fork "myfork" and a branch "mybranch" against the new solr repo (replace myfork:mybranch with your actual values)::
    https://github.com/apache/solr/compare/main...myfork:mybranch

Once on that page, click the "Create pull request" button if all looks good.

Alternative 21 - point and click method:

  1. Go to the new target GitHub page for either Solr (https://github.com/apache/solr) or Lucene (https://github.com/apache/lucene)
  2. Click the "Pull requests" tab
  3. Cilck the button "New pull request"
  4. Click the link "compare across forks"
  5. Select your own fork repository in the "head repository" dropdown, and then your branch in the "compare" dropdown. Leave the base repository and base as-is
  6. Click "Create pull request" if all looks good