Updates and Development using Fork¶
Update required packages¶
If you need to upgrade required packages for OpenNFT, use following command in terminal
pip install -r requirements.txt --upgrade
If you need to downgrade a specific package due to its unstable work
pip install <PACKAGE_NAME>==<VERSION>
Update your Fork from OpenNFT repository¶
If you have your own repository forked from original OpenNFT, you can update it in the following way
Press ‘’Fetch upstream’’ to update your repository. If you are too behind in commits history, you will have to open pull request and resolve all conflicts
Otherwise, if there is no conflicts, you can press ‘’Fetch and merge’’ to update your fork
Resolve conflicts via PyCharm¶
In case if you faced conflicts which you can not resolve using GitHub, you can do following steps to resolve them manually
Go to Git -> Manage remotes and add OpenNFT original repository as remote branch
Use Git menu in the bottom right part of your screen to checkout to master branch of original OpenNFT
Return to your master branch and using the same Git menu press “Merge into current” on original master branch
After that you will be able to resolve all conflicts manually and push all changes to your fork.
Push changes from your local repository to GitHub¶
When you completed changes in your local repository, you can share them via commit and push.
Press ‘’Ctrl+K’’ or green check mark on the top menu of PyCharm
Check necessary files, which you want to commit, and fill commit message field
You can push your commit from that window, by pushing green arrow (to the right of check mark) or pressing ‘’Ctrl+Shift+K’’ after commit is done.
Make sure that destination of your push is correct ( <local_repository_name> -> <remote_repository_name:branch_name> ). You can check remote repository name and URL in Git -> Manage remotes menu.
Finally, if push succeeded, you will see it in you GitHub repository.
However, if you have troubles when pushing to your fork, check these settings.
Check pull requests locally¶
Following command in terminal will help if you want to check pull request to your fork locally
git fetch origin pull/<ID>/head:<BRANCHNAME> git checkout <BRANCHNAME>