When a reviewer comments a code line in a pull request and the author of the pull requests updates the same code line afterwards, in the pull request activity timeline it shows the updated code part instead of the code lines they were on time of the comment.
When using pull-requests as review feature this is very ugly because the comment does not match to the code.
Hi Ralph, are you using Bitbucket Cloud or Server? If you're using Bitbucket Cloud, then you might be interested to vote for this Feature request https://bitbucket.org/site/master/issues/10344/show-correct-context-for-pull-request
If you're using Server, which version? As of Bitbucket Server 4.8 you can use commit level review as part of a pull request, which should alleviate th eissue you're experiencing. When new changes are pushed in a commit, you can then review just those changes.
There's also a few feature requests that you might be interested in:
If you believe none of them really targets what you're looking for, you can add comment or submit a new one with your suggestion :)
Hope this helps!
thank you for your response. I'm using Bitbucket Server (10 user license) for evaluation purposes.
I did not try whether the problem also occurs when using commit level review as described in your link but that solution does not work for us.
When a pull request consist of 10 or more commits it is very work-intensive, to have a look at each of the single commits and review them. Sometimes it is also not useful to have a look at each single commit because sometimes a newer commit contains fixes which where introduced in an older commit.
Sorry, none of the feature requests you mentioned target my problem. The only one I found was BSERV-7080 but it does not exactly address my problem.
I would like to but when I click Create Issue in the Bitbucket Server project the following error occurs:
User 'myUserName' doesn't have the 'Assign Issues' permission.
As I mentioned at the moment we only have a 10 user license for evaluation purposes and we are not allowed to use the support. We only want to upgrade to a larger user count when we are sure that Bitbucket satisfies our needs.
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