Examplesection of the docstring. This should be as simple as possible to demonstrate the method. More complex examples should go in the
'[MRG+1]'and use the github ‘approve review’ tool to mark it as such. If you are a subsequent reviewer and you approve either merge (and backport if needed) or increment the number in the title to ask for further review (and trigger the gh ‘approve review’). If you do the merge please removed the
toxsupport in Matplotlib may be useful for testing locally.
When doing backports please include the branch you backported the commit to along with the SHA in a comment on the original PR.
Assuming we have
matplotlib as a read-only remote to the
matplotlib/matplotlib repo and
DANGER as a read/write remote to
the matplotlib/matplotlib repo, we do a backport from master to 2.x.
TARGET_SHA is the hash of the merge commit you would like to
backport. This can be read off of the github PR page (in the UI with
the merge notification) or through the git CLI tools.:
git fetch matplotlib git checkout v2.x git merge --ff-only matplotlib/v2.x git cherry-pick -m 1 TARGET_SHA gitk # to look at it # local tests? (use your judgment) git push DANGER v2.x # leave a comment on PR noting sha of the resulting commit # from the cherry-pick + branch it was moved to
These commands work on git 2.7.1.