update action updates the pull request against its base branch. It
works by merging the base branch into the head branch of the pull request.
↑ Linear History 🔗
As GitHub supports linear history in pull request settings, it is very handy to use a rule to keep your pull requests up-to-date. As you do not want to trigger your CI too often by always re-running it on every pull request — especially when there is still work in progress — you can limit this action to labeled pull requests.
pull_request_rules: - name: automatic update for PR marked as “Ready-to-Go“ conditions: - -conflict # skip PRs with conflicts - -draft # filter-out GH draft PRs - label="Ready-to-Go" actions: update:
When a pull request is not in conflict nor draft, and has the label
Ready-to-Go, it will be automatically updated with its base branch.