"If they have read access, they'll be able to see the source. "
so I guess it's not possible prevent that specific users see the code? I'm asking this 'cause inside my repo some user have access to the code (dev), and other users are just insider test, so they need only to notify problems on the issue tracker.
But I guess it's not possible hide the source tab; I need to open another repo only for issue tracking, right?
Hi Mario! Unless your Issue tracker is completely public, your users will be able to see the code.
If you set the issue tracker to 'Private', it will only be visible to people with repository access. Having repository access means they'll be able to see the source.
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