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Developers fork repositories and forget about them. I mean until they need it again. But git’s moved on by then — your fork is probably suffering the same fate which is why you’re reading this. How should I update an outdated fork? Before today you had to do the following: git remote add upstream <clone-url> git fetch upstream [...]Ahmad Awais
I had a repository for which I needed the remote to be hosted both at BitBucket and GitHub. So, I figured out a few easy solutions to deal with it. A few EASY solutions. ⚡️ Method #1: Multiple Remotes Pushed (And Fetched) Independently# This is the easiest to get your head around, but the most effort to maintain. We start out by adding [...]Ahmad Awais