I’m wondering if there is any way to get access to old versions of a pull request.
In the workflow:
- dev1 makes pull request, current tip is aaaaaaa
- dev2 requests some changes
- dev1 rebases and pushes new tip is bbbbbbb
Often times as a reviewer I want to see what ‘dev2’ did in response to review comments. After ‘3’ above, is there a way to see the differences between aaaaaa and bbbbbbb? Is there any way to see commit ‘aaaaaaa’?
I know there is refs/pull/PRNUMBER/head and refs/pull/PRNUMBER/merge but that only contains the most recent commit (here ‘bbbbbb’). Gerrit supports seeing different versions of merge proposals in refs/changes.I’m not suggesting that because gerrit supports something then github should also. I’m mentioning this really to just give clarity to what it is I’m asking.
$ git ls-remote | grep 83/400883 From https://git.openstack.org/openstack/nova 51f005cdc012d36f54fb6357266f1955f4999827 refs/changes/83/400883/1 e3abbee44f24523cb6492fcda193cd5c91f5d7ca refs/changes/83/400883/2 705db9879a201147fcea3faff44e8573248002b9 refs/changes/83/400883/3