Unlike the older GeglOperation based API, the newer API follows GIO idioms. It is asynchronous, cancellable, supports error handling, and doesn't make any assumptions about the paths being UTF-8 encoded.
Step 1. Fetch and check out the branch for this merge request
git fetch origin git checkout -b wip/rishi/buffer-decoder origin/wip/rishi/buffer-decoder
Step 2. Review the changes locally
Step 3. Merge the branch and fix any conflicts that come up
git fetch origin git checkout origin/master git merge --no-ff wip/rishi/buffer-decoder
Step 4. Push the result of the merge to GitLab
git push origin master
Note that pushing to GitLab requires write access to this repository.
Tip: You can also checkout merge requests locally by following these guidelines.