I'm attempting to use the feature called out in the Bitbucket Server 6.6 release notes to suggest changes directly in pull requests, via the suggestion block syntax.
Given the following in a pull request (as a trivial example):
val first = pair.first
val second = pair.second
I want to make a suggestion to replace both these lines with
val (first, second) = pair
however, I'm not finding any information on how to make it clear that this suggestion should be applied to both of the source lines.
I've used a similar feature in GitLab pull requests, and was able to provide an argument to indicate (say I clicked on the line containing the second line in the example given) - I don't recall the exact syntax, but something like `suggestion-2+1`. Is there any syntax like this that will allow multi-line snippets of code to be changed directly in a pull request via this feature?
Hi @Kajsa Anderson the multiline suggestions are not yet supported by Bitbucket. What you can do is to try to add suggestions to both lines individually.
We do have a feature request for adding support for multiline suggestions: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BSERV-12219
You can vote on that ticket and add yourself as a watcher.
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