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create barnchnordlb-openapi/financial-institution-transfers

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create barnchnordlb-openapi/indzv-config-params

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create barnchnordlb-openapi/trade-and-credit-limits

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issue commentgruntwork-io/git-xargs

git-xargs should open PRs even if it did not commit any changes

Hey, sadly I don't speak go. The Issue is not urgent for me, so I can wait.

radicarl

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create barnchnordlb-openapi/account-transactions

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created repositorynordlb-openapi/account-transactions

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issue commentgruntwork-io/git-xargs

Question: Can the target branch be specified for the generated PRs?

Proposal: Add the branch to the repo string in the repo file like:

gruntwork-io/infrastructure-as-code-training/tree/main
gruntwork-io/infrastructure-live-acme/tree/some-other-branch

This way you could use different base-branches for every repository and the user can copy the url from his browser. Maybe you could ignore https://github.com/ in the beginning, then the user could just navigate to the branch and copy and paste the url.

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issue commentgruntwork-io/git-xargs

No PR opened, if branch is up to date

done, see #39

radicarl

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issue openedgruntwork-io/git-xargs

git-xargs should open PRs even if it did not commit any changes

I think, git-xargs should always open PRs even if the given command did not change anything locally or if the push returns already up-to-date. The reason why I use your great tool, is that I want to merge some changes in to my main-branch. I don't care if the tool does these changes, commit them and push them to the branch I passed to the tool, or if these changes already exists in the remote branch, as long as a PR is opened so I can merge my changes into main.

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