I made a fork from a CodePlex GIT repository and then made some changes to a few files. The owner of the project has recently checked in some updates to "master".
How do I run a "Get Latest" command like in TFS? I don't see any obvious option for this in the context menu for my solution.
I did some research about GIT and frankly I'm very confused. The first answer that I came across was simply to execute "git rebase master" on the command line (ugh), but running that simply outputs: "Current branch master is
up to date".
Then I found a few more articles about rebase that are much more complicated. For example,
I'm very confused. I just want to use a very simple UI like in TFS without strange command line options. Is this possible? If not, is there a single, very straightforward command line option that I can use to update my fork from the