Here's an example sceneario:
Is there a way (add-on?) that one can easily see this?
In the pull request page there's a commit tab that shows all the individual commits that make up the pull request. There's no way I've seen to merge all the commits since an arbitrary time point (e.g. the last review pass) but the reviewer can at least use this to look at individual commits since the first review.
Not so good however if you make one commit and then a second that over-writes the changes in the first. If you keep your review comment updates down to a single commit (or squash them with git rebase into one commit prior to pushing) it would probablly make things easier on your reviewer.
It depends a little on your workflow. If your co-worker makes logical commits (ie groups related changes), then I'm personally a big fan of the commenting on commits feature:
This is something we're hopefully (but I can't promise anything) going to be working on in the not-too-distant-future.
Otherwise, or additionally, you may be interested in something along the lines of being able to compare a branch to another commit. This work may fall somewhere under these features:
You may want to follow/vote on any of these issues you are interested in to receive further updates.
As for a plugin - I'm afraid there's none that I know of.
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