Get the patch file by viewing the Pull Request or commit in GitHub and adding
.patch to the end:
Right-click the page of raw text and
Save As... to your computer as a
Apply the patch file (source). File paths are relative to your current location, so you should be at the top-level of the repo:
cd ~/sites/wp-grouped-content git apply --reject --whitespace=fix /path/to/mychanges.patch
Find reject files for review:
find . -name "*.rej"
Automatically open all reject files for review in Sublime Text, Mac OSX:
find . -name "*.rej" | xargs open -a "Sublime Text"
Sometimes you’ll find your Pull Request on GitHub contains unrelated commits that you don’t want polluting your branch’s or PR’s log. Use interactive rebase to remove the undesired commits and then force push the changes back up to the remote. (source)
git checkout my-pull-request-branch git rebase -i HEAD~n # where 'n' is the number of last commits you want to include in interactive rebase. # Replace pick with drop for commits you want to discard. # Save and exit. git push --force