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add Forge
The [ official Magit documentation] is excellent and should be consulted for further information.
== Forge: interface to Github, Gitlab and other Git forges ==
[ Forge], released in december 2018, allows you to work with Git forges—such as Github and Gitlab—from the comfort of Magit and the rest of Emacs. We can manage branches, pull requests and issues, these two being called "topics" in the documentation.
Forge can be seen as the successor of 'magithub', which was limited to Github, and 'magit-gh-pulls'.
See the announcement on Magit's website: and its [ manual].
Loading Magit doesn’t cause Forge to be loaded automatically. Adding something like this to your init file takes care of this:
<source lang="lisp">
(with-eval-after-load 'magit
(require 'forge))
Or if you use use-package:
<source lang="lisp">
(use-package forge
:after magit)
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