OWNERSfile at the PR's base branch into your completion script solve your problem? I've been considering adding a feature to inject arbitrary file contents from the repo into the script for a while but was looking for a customer willing to work with me on it. (This would initially come with no UI and I'd just edit your desired list of files directly into the database. It would, however, automatically recompute conditions for open PRs when the base branch is updated -- including for changes to injected files.) What do you think?
On my work account, I am trying to rename a file and then modify it, but then when I do, in separate commits, I find that my original file is deleted. Then my co-workers complain because now they have to reread all the code and they can't see what's changed from the old file with the original name.
Github keeps track of these changes, but I was wondering if Reviewable would do anything about it. I don't want to make a new branch just to rename my file just so they could review it. And I don't want to make a new branch because every branch takes a while to merge due to the long time it takes to build and test.
debug=workersappended to the URL and see if any network errors appear in the console. (The query forces all connections to be made in the page's own process.)
Hello! @pkaminski you will not remember me, I started using Reviewable more than two years ago and I love this product. I truly believe that it made our code better and the code review process much more pleasant so thank you for that. I even convinced the current project team to switch from Bitbucket to Github to be able to use Reviewable.
Now to my question. two years ago I wanted that multiple reviewers will be able to review the same PR and let each reviewer to manage the unread/read status of each file separately. So even if I reviewed 20 files, the second reviewer will see them as unread and will be able to update their status on its own. You guided me to update Condition function and provided me a text to copy-paste their to do that.
Can you please re-share the condition function to use to make each reviewer individual?
Hello. I was certain that Reviewable can render markdown tables. The table is rendered properly in github, but reviewable is displaying "raw" markdown.