When we refer to 'upstream' in our project, we are referring to the central version (and not our personal forks). By default, when you clone your fork, there will be no reference to the upstream version. But it's necessary to add this, as this allows us to pull the latest changes when pull requests are merged.
To set this up use the following steps:
- Check your remote versions on your project:
git remote -v- if you want to look at it in your project code, you can check the config file of the
- Add the reference to the upstream repository: