Hi Samuel No you don't have to file a new PR. Basically, you have to: * commit your code against the branch. At that point, there are two commits (or more if you commit multiple times) in your branch, or PR if we talk in GH jargon. * squash that commit into the previous commit so as to get a single commit. * force push against said branch: git push -f origin your-awesome-pr.
That's about it. This article sums up the process pretty well: https://www.devroom.io/2011/07/05/git-squash-your-latests-commits-into-one/ Cheers, Sunday 21 Jun 2020 17:48:14, Samuel Bernardo wrote : > Hi, > > I need to add a commit to a gentoo pull request that I had opened before. > > https://github.com/samuelbernardo/gentoo > > Is it possible to add the commit to that pull request or I need to open > a new pull request? > > I already try to get help in gentoo-dev channel but I haven't voice there... > > Thanks > >