How to submit a patch (adding ovh.com DDNS service) ?
m3z last edited by
I add support of OVH.com DDNS service.
How can i submit a patch to dev team ?
What is the process to validate update ?
Can i push my update directly on the master branch of the pfsense Git server ? (probably not ;) )
Thanks in advance
phil.davis last edited by
Make a GitHub account, attempt to edit the file on GitHub pfSense. It will make a new fork and branch in that fork for you. Save your edits, hit the "Pull Request" button.
Then the devs will see the Pull Request to master and review it and (hopefully) commit it.
Note that 2.1.n series is really in "essential maintenance" mode now - critical fixes only are likely to cause another 2.1.n release. Your enhancements will get applied to master, and likely not be back-ported to 2.1 branch. So they would appear in 2.2 release.
m3z last edited by
Thanks for your help.
It's a very little update , it can wait for next release without problem.
Can anyone help me with the process to apply patches to different branches?
I want to submit an enhancement I've written and tested against 2.1.2 but it needs to be submitted as a pull to master?
I've forked on github and am working with a local clone with these upstreams and origins:
repositoryformatversion = 0
filemode = true
bare = false
logallrefupdates = true
ignorecase = true
precomposeunicode = false
url = https://github.com/derelict-pf/pfsense.git
fetch = +refs/heads/:refs/remotes/origin/
remote = origin
merge = refs/heads/master
url = https://github.com/pfsense/pfsense.git
fetch = +refs/heads/:refs/remotes/upstream/
If I want to make and test my changes against 2.1.2, do I checkout origin/RELENG_2_1 (or upstream/RELENG_2_1 ??), then create a feature branch there and somehow get just those changes back to master for submission as a pull request?
Or do I checkout master, create a feature branch there, make my changes and somehow apply them to RELENG_2_1 for testing?
Thanks for any guidance that can be provided. Creating the simple feature has been much easier than getting me head wrapped around git.
I also want to use git to manage changes I make to files that get whacked when I upgrade, such as /usr/local/captiveportal/index.php, with the goal of making it easier to reapply my changes to the new version.