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    Getting a Pull Request Merged and Wrapping up


    Let’s look at the GitHub commits and list of contributors now that our pull request has been merged. And we’ll wrap this series up with a few tips. Feel free to practice on stack-overflow-copy-paste, and see the Pull Request demonstrated in this lesson here.



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    Our pull request has been merged. It's time to celebrate.

    Let's take a look at the commit history to make sure that our commit is in there. We can see that our commit is here, but we'll also notice this merge commit here.

    When the project maintainer clicks the green merge button, GitHub runs a git merge command, but it adds a flag to the command which essentially forces a new commit to be created for the merge. Never fear, though. Your work is in the project as you made it.

    Now, let's look at the contributors graph. For this project, I actually am the only one who's made any changes, but after your pull request is merged you'll see a card representing your contributions, as well.

    That's our series. I hope you enjoyed it.

    Before we wrap up, I want to say that most of the Git commands that we have executed in this series are just one way to accomplish the same task. Git is a huge subject which I am unable to cover in depth for this series.

    There are many ways to do the same thing in Git, so I recommend you spend some time learning this ubiquitous source control management software.

    I also want to invite you to contribute to this repository, stack-overflow-copy-paste if you want to try this out. I don't expect anyone to actually use this module, but if you want to have a friendly place to practice feel free to file issues and pull requests. I would be more than happy to give you direction.

    Thank you for watching this series.