Here are some general steps you can follow to merge branches in Git:
Ensure You Are on the Target Branch:
git checkout main
Pull Latest Changes:
git pull origin main
Merge Feature Branch:
git merge feature-branchThis will apply the changes from your feature branch to the main branch.
Resolve Conflicts (if any):
git push origin main
If you are still facing issues, it's important to understand the specifics of your Git workflow and repository structure. Additionally, the "Port fix" option seems to be a specific terminology that might be used in the context of your version control system or workflow.
Consider checking the documentation of your version control system (like Git) or consulting with your team to understand any project-specific processes or conventions. If "Port fix" is a specific process used in your project, it would be beneficial to refer to your project's documentation or seek assistance from your team members to understand the correct usage and any specific configurations required.
I am having the same issue at the moment. Were you able to figure it out?
Did you tried to open Git bash in your Project Folder?
Check the Status with git status in your branch, if it up to date chsnge to Main and use git merge <yourbranch>
Hope this Helps,