I failed to add a git pull request for openssl

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I failed to add a git pull request for openssl

Ken Goldman-2
What is the process for adding a pull request to an openssl branch?

I tried from the web site, selecting 102stable and clicking 'new pull request'.  It uploaded but said "kgoldman wants to merge 4,027 commits into master from OpenSSL_1_0_2-stable".  I wanted to push one patch  to 102stable.

The status says "closed", presumably because I did something wrong.  However, it also says 'approved'.

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openssl-dev seems to be closed now.  I will post the patch to this list.  Can a developer pick it up?


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Re: I failed to add a git pull request for openssl

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When you create your pull request, use the pull-down to select the right branch.  By default it picks master, which is (as you’ve seen) not always right.  You can go to your PR, “re target it” and re-open it.

 

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Subject: [openssl-users] I failed to add a git pull request for openssl

 

What is the process for adding a pull request to an openssl branch?

I tried from the web site, selecting 102stable and clicking 'new pull request'.  It uploaded but said "kgoldman wants to merge 4,027 commits into master from OpenSSL_1_0_2-stable".  I wanted to push one patch  to 102stable.

The status says "closed", presumably because I did something wrong.  However, it also says 'approved'.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~

openssl-dev seems to be closed now.  I will post the patch to this list.  Can a developer pick it up?


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