Assume we have a forked repo at https://github.com/contributor/incubator-quickstep.
Assume we have cloned the forked repo, and will work on a feature called
git submodule update --init
git checkout -b quickstep-101
git add some-changed-or-new-files
Check if your code confirms to the code guidelines by running the following command from the root of the quickstep source directory:
parser/genfiles.shand check the generated files into the directory
git commit -m "QUICKSTEP-101: Added My Awesome Feature."
git push origin quickstep-101
Sometimes, there may be code review comments after a PR has been opened. Address these comments and then do the following:
git add more-changed-or-new-files
git commit -m "Addressed Review Comments."
Finally, once the PR is ready to be merged (i.e. it has passed all the tests and the python validation scripts as described above), we need to squash all the commits into one commit. We cherry pick the first commit, and squash all the rest as follows:
git remote add asf-mirror email@example.com:apache/incubator-quickstep.git
git remove -v
git fetch asf-mirror master
git rebase -i asf-mirror/master
pick QUICKSTEP-101: Added My Awesome Feature.
pick Addressed Review Comments.
f Addressed Review Comments.
git push origin quickstep-101 -f
Use the GitHub ASF mirror repo: https://github.com/apache/incubator-quickstep, and set the title to, in this case,
QUICKSTEP-101: Added My Awesome Feature.
Committers will merge the PR under Code Review Guidelines.