I recently had to fork a branch in github and then I had to figure out how to keep the changes from the master in sync with the fork branch I had made. Turns out it is really simple.
First you have to add a remote to point to the original master:
git remote add upstream <repo-location>
then to keep it in sync just run the following commands:
git fetch upstream git rebase upstream/master
And that is it.comments powered by Disqus