> As some of you probably noted I've accidently messed up GitHub with a
> lot of Pull Requests.
> I spent last week reading and googling on how to resolve that.
> I failed.
> I do have Git set up and do have a fork on GitHub.
> Everything goes well .....until I make a Pull Request to have the
> changes be incorporated
> in Apache OpenOffice/trunk.
> The PR collects all commits I've made and puts them in the PR, even
> the unwanted ones.
> I haven't found any possibility to fix that.
> I do have all my changes locally. (concerns solely fixes in
> Helpcontent2 in tags <bookmark_value> and typo's)
> To avoid further cluttering on the Pull Requests on GitHub I propose
> to close them all.
> None of the changes have yet been merged so closing them will have no
> influence on /trunk.
> Any thoughts ?
After some Cherry-picking and Rebasing I managed to get all the separate
commits (>20) into one.
Made a new PR and closed the PR's that were opened and that are now
Apache OpenOffice 4.1.7 (Dutch) and scanned with Ziggo Safe Online (F-Secure)