GitHub pull requests made easy

Vladimir Panteleev vladimir at
Wed Feb 22 10:45:21 PST 2012

On Wednesday, 22 February 2012 at 18:10:24 UTC, David Nadlinger 
> On Wednesday, 22 February 2012 at 16:51:14 UTC, Vladimir 
> Panteleev wrote:
>> The overhead of creating pull requests was getting to me, so 
>> I've written a little script to make it easier:
> Personally, I use »hub« as a wrapper for Git all the time: 
> Among other things (such as 
> GitHub username/fork awareness when cloning/adding remotes, 
> directly cherry-picking from web URLs, …), it also gives you 
> a »git pull-request« command doing exactly what the name 
> suggests.

Not bad, does it work on Windows?

I don't like that it opens an editor for writing the pull request 
details. Being able to review your markdown formatting / diff / 
commits on the website is useful.

> Also, GitHub recently rolled out a pull request creation 
> shortcut on their repository pages: 

One step less, three remain :P

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