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<p>Maybe you had the problem: You have a fork of a repo. But the fork isn&rsquo;t up to date with the upstream.. On the GitLab/GitHub/Gitea UI you don&rsquo;t see a feature for updating your fork. Sometimes you can create a PR/MR on your fork with the upstream as source. But a PR for every new commit is bad..
So, Git has a feature for that. Maybe not explicitly for the &ldquo;fork&rdquo; model. … </p>
<p class=meta>Posted on <span class=postdate>26. February 2021</span></p>