I wanted to do some of my pull-request reviews locally. Then run tests and such forth
So naturally i get an E-mail for the pull request, so i tried to do the following:
git fetch --tags origin +refs/pull-requests/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
This works when the pull request is created, however when the pull request is updated I get the e-mail telling me but when i re-run the git command to fetch it locally it does not appear in the repository.
It only updates the repo when i view the pull request in my browser, this seems to defeat the point of having a notification.
Is there a reason the pull request notification is triggered before the refs/pull-request/ID is updated ?
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