GitHub – how to create two pull requests from one fork
I have forked an open source repository, written thousands of lines of code on my fork and created a pull request on the original project.
In the meantime I have fixed another bug totally unrelated to my first pull request. I’d like to create a second pull request just for this bug which does not contain any of the work in my first pull request.
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Can it be done without me forking the repository again?
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Create a new branch, commit, then create a PR from that new branch. I’d suggest reverting to the HEAD of the upstream repo, not the head of your other patch.