When viewing a "pull" request, I click on "diff". I see a list of file names on the left and the differences for the file I clicked on the right.
The file name colors are brown, blue-grey, green, light blue-grey, and red. I can guess that red means a file was removed. But, what about the other colors? What do they indicate?
In the diff view there is a file tree showing all of the changes for that pull request. The colour of a particular file indicates the file change type:
Git is used to determine what the change type of a file is. See "git help diff-tree" for more information.
A bolded file indicates that you have not yet viewed that file since the last time it was changed. Clicking on a file will unbold it, and it will remain unbolded unless a commit is pushed to the source branch of the pull request which modifies that file.
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