1.13, support for agit was added.
Creating PRs with Agit
Agit allows to create PRs while pushing code to the remote repo.
This can be done by pushing to the branch followed by a specific refspec (a location identifier known to git).
The following example illustrates this:
git push origin HEAD:refs/for/master
The command has the following structure:
HEAD: The target branch
refs/<for|draft|for-review>/<branch>: The target PR type
for: Create a normal PR with
<branch>as the target branch
for-review: Currently ignored silently
<branch>/<session>: The target branch to open the PR
-o <topic|title|description>: Options for the PR
title: The PR title
topic: The branch name the PR should be opened for
description: The PR description
force-push: confirm force update the target branch
Here’s another advanced example for creating a new PR targeting
git push origin HEAD:refs/for/master -o topic="Topic of my PR" -o title="Title of the PR" -o description="# The PR Description\nThis can be **any** markdown content.\n- [x] Ok"