You are probably using the “wrong” way to create a git branch in a team using pull request to merge commits, though it can achieve the goal, I’d say you don’t know how Git works.
The typical wrong approach is branching out from a local master branch
git checkout -b MyBranch master
or a better one
git pull origin master git checkout -b MyBranch master
In a DVCS (such as Git, Mercurial, Bazaar or Darcs), you don’t just check out the latest snapshot of the files, instead, your local repository has the full mirror of the remote repository. This article helps you better understand how it works.
GitHubBuddy is your friend to help
- Review pull request using your preferred native difftool for example BeyondCompare
- Convert text in pull request or commit title to hyperlink, more specifically convert text like
JIRA-178in the pull request to a hyperlink targeting
- Make github full screen wide
- Disable the merge button if the pull request is labelled as
Do Not Merge(customisable)
This extension is deprecated in favor of Visual Studio 2017 which has built-in support for almost all the features this extension provides.
This extension provides additional outlining with syntax highlighted hint for Visual Basic .NET and C#; therefore we can collapse the blocks/scopes such as IF, ELSE, USING, WITH, WHILE, FOREACH and you name it.
Unlike the C# Outline extension, which replaces the outlining provided by Visual Studio, this extension keeps it untouched, as a result the syntax highlighting remains unchanged.