Any way to mark a pull request as "unapproved" other than with a comment or declining?

Comming from a gerrit background, I liked the fact that gerrit allowed you to mark a code review with a -1 or -2 (to block it). In stash you can approve a pull request to show that you agree with it but you can't mark the pull request as denied.

Declining a pull request is like abandonning a review in gerrit. I'd like to have a Deny button that you can toggle just so that it's easy to spot that a someone disaproves of your pull request.

Disaproving wouldn't block a pull request but it would be a great visual cue in the summary section to show that someone is protesting against your pull request (maybe put a little red mark in the avatar, akin to the green cross when someone approves).

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Partially you can use Handbrake plugin for this.

https://bitbucket.org/Commander_Duck/stash-pull-request-handbrake

Thanks, it's not exactly what I'm looking for but I chose this one as the best answer because it inspired me to try to write a plugin to scratch my itch.

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Hi Fred,

As Robert pointed out we don't currently support this. I think there's definitely room for improvement of the pull request reviewer states - but we're being cautious about exactly how we implement it.

While this isn't exactly what you're asking for, you might want to vote on the following which I suspect from an implementation perspective would result in what you're asking for.

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/STASH-2999

Otherwise feel free to create a new feature request so we can track specific interest.

Cheers,

Charles

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Unfortunately, no. You can approve or not approve, but you can't do a -1.

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