Pull Request Integrations


If your code is hosted on GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket (cloud versions only, for now), CodeStream can display pull request comments in your editor as annotations to the current version of your file. By integrating PR comments with CodeStream’s native codemarks in a single view, developers will gain deeper insight into why decisions were made, and get answers faster to questions about code they are working on.

To include PR comments, look for the PR filter at the bottom of the CodeStream pane while on the Current File tab. When you first click that toggle, if you haven’t already authenticated with GitHub/GitLab/Bitbucket you’ll be prompted to do so.

PR Filter

Comments from merged PRs will appear next to the blocks of code they refer to. Comments from open PRs will also be included if you are on a relevant branch. For example, if the open PR is a request to merge the feature/foo branch into master, you’ll see comments from that PR if you are checked out to either feature/foo or master, but not when you’re on any other branch.

PR Display

As the code evolves, the location of each comment is automatically updated so that it remains linked to the block of code it refers to.

Note that PR comments for a given file are updated roughly every 30 minutes, so new comments may not appear right away. You can force an update by restarting your IDE.