In a pull request I can select between "Overview", "Diff" or "Commits". And thats fine. When in "Diff" and looking at a specific file, I would like to see which commits the changes in that file is related to. And what JIRA issue as well (if available).
As of now I use the git file history via my IntelliJ to see which commits that the changes belong to. It would be very nice to see it directly in Stash.
Any possibility for this in teh near future?
You can see this (plus more, which is probably irrelevant for you) if you open the Browse tab, select the file and the branch the pull request will merge and switch to the blame view.
If you want to create a feature request for exactly what you describe above, you can do it at http://jira.atlassian.com , but I doubt that this will ever be implemented for you.
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