When doing reviews of code that's new to me I can see the diff in a pull request.
I also can click the 'View full source' icon, but that view does not contain the diff info.
At last I can keep clicking the grey 'hidden context' areas to reveal more parts of the source code, until I can see the full source with the pull-requests diff. – But that is not a workable solution for daily business.
Is there a way to achieve the 'full source + \[unified] diff' view from the pull request's diff view in < 50 clicks?
If not - is there already a feature request ticket? (Maybe even one that I can vote on?)
You are right that this is an option to have full context + full diff, that I did not mention in my question. Thanks for that.
However it has the drawback of wasting 50% of screen estate available to source code which – upon trying -- I consider a serious drawback. (Even your screenshot is sort of a nice illustration of that.)
As a project manager, I have discovered that different developers want to bring their previous branching method with them when they join the team. Some developers are used to performing individual wo...
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