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Adding GitHub code snippets to crucible review-- what's allowed?

What sort of code snippets am I allowed to add in a crucible review-- I see that I can search various branches, but is it possible to add code that's sitting in a pull request as well?

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Lukasz Pater Atlassian Team Oct 27, 2013

You can get a unified diff from a GitHub pull request by adding .diff to the pull request url (like https://github.com/weppos/whois/pull/90.diff).

The diff can than be uploaded to Crucible as a pre-commit review (Add content/Pre-commit). If the github repository is indexed in Crucible, you'll also be able to view the full context of the diff, and upload subsequent iterations if the pull request changes.

Sounds good to me, thanks very much.

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